This was a nice little treat we indulged in during our weekend trip to Tulsa, and I’m glad we did. The food was excellent, the service outstanding, and the dessert… well, it’s The Cheesecake Factory, what else needs to be said? The building appeared new, and had a very cool Egyptian motif going on with tall columns, ornate furnishings, and beautiful fixtures. The building was large and accommodated several guests so there was no wait, yet the high-backed booths added a since of privacy so it didn’t feel crowded. The staff was friendly and prompt, and my glass of sweet tea was never empty (a major factor on my grading scale). The huge menu could easily be mistaken for a novella, and offered an extremely wide variety that included American, Italian, Asian, and much more. The pre-dinner breadbasket was most tasty, and we attacked it without mercy. The food was delicious and had large portions; which was somewhat of a heartache because our blasted hotel had no refrigerator and we weren’t able to enjoy the leftovers. We did take some desert home for later, but that didn’t survive the night. Overall, this was a grand dining experience. The bill wasn’t a terrible as I expected; around $60.00 for our family of four. We will definitely return when we are able.
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