This is my second write-up of Cheesecake Factory in Walnut Creek (to see the earlier post, click HERE). It seems like the only time I ever go to CF is with a big group of people, but I have to say that I still think the Walnut Creek restaurant is the best one I have been to thus far!
Far better than the always packed San Francisco one. That one is only cool if you have lots of time to shop in Macy’s, otherwise, you are starving and will probably end up getting a hot dog from cart in front (almost) of Louis Vuitton.
Well–at least you will be stylish.
Cheesecake Factory has the best cheese cake selection. (Sorry, no pictures) I think you can pretty much dream up a flavor and they will have something similar. Cannot beat that.
FT – don’t you think they give you too much food at the CF? Haven’t been there in awhile but last time, my order looked like a large wedding buffet! 🙂
Oh yes, they do give you lots of food. Not to mention the calories…Lol. My problem is that I never know what I want there because their menu has so many choices. Thanks for dropping in, I will pop over to yours later to check out what’s going on… 😉
GIRL.. this is my favorite place to go. The CF here stays packed but you always see the occasional celebrity or two; which is why I go to the one in New Jersey lol. I don’t want to wait just because a celebrity is there. And the one in NJ is much better. I love this restaurant and that dish looks to die for.
Lol, I can totally believe it! Happy over-the-hump day! Weekend is almost here…
Oh foodtable, I found this place from another blog and wanted to know if you ever been here. Here is the name and address of the place.. St. Michael’s Alley 806 Emerson Street Palo Alto, CA 94301. They said it was rumored that President Clinton loved their food. Love your take on places.
Wow, I am blushing! I just like to eat and I write to record my experiences so that I remember them. Lol. Anyway, no, I have never been to this restaurant. The menu looks great though! I am very impressed with you knowing all the cool places to go though… 🙂
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