The biggest thing has happened in Utah. So big that people are lining the streets and you can hear the whispered excitement around the water cooler. “Did you hear what’s coming?” “Can’t wait to go!” What was all the hubbub about? Hannah Montana tickets? No, she just left town (thank heavens). No big attraction that was only here temporarily but something wonderful that you can frequent for years to come: The Cheesecake Factory.
Katie, Dave, Caden, Sammy, and I went out for a late lunch/early dinner at the splendiforous Cheesecake Factory today and may I just say that the 1.5 hour wait was totally worth it. One, because the food is that good and two, because you could go shopping at Nordstroms while you waited (the Factory is right next door to Nordy’s).
The nearest places you could eat at TCF before it opened yesterday were in Denver or Las Vegas (and I’ve eaten at both). There’s something so wonderful about having a menu that is a book, just a plethora of options to choose from! And truth be told you have to order something from every aspect – appetizer, entree, and dessert (it is after all the CHEESECAKE Factory).
Caden and I had Avocado Eggrolls, he had pizza, I ordered the Chicken Piccata (melts in your mouth it’s soooo good), and for dessert I let Caden pick and he ordered the Adams Peanut Butter Super Chocolate Fudge Ripple (er, I think that was the name) piece of cheesecake. WOW. So rich and sinfully delicious. If you have never eaten there, you owe it to yourself not to miss out the opportunity. It’s fantabulous and wonderifically spelicious! It has you sputtering nonsensical terms after consumption. 🙂