Celebrate National Cheesecake Day With A Half Price Slice

July 30, 2009 8:30 AM 6 comments

It’s July 30, which means that it’s a very important holiday in the United States of America – National Cheesecake Day. In years past, The Cheesecake Factory has generously offered slices for $1.50 to dine-in guests (and the lines, of course, have been astronomical). We’re guessing that the economy has socked ’em where it hurts, because the deal is a little less attractive this year.

Today at The Cheesecake Factory, dine-in only guests can enjoy half price slices of cheesecake to celebrate National Cheesecake Day in style. That means you could end up paying $3-4 (and don’t forget to tip your server) for your cheesecake, which is a steal in terms of Cheesecake Factory prices, but pretty average everywhere else. It’s your call. They’re also introducing a new Red Velvet cheesecake today, which just might get us out the door to stand in line for a seat.

Nashville’s only Cheesecake Factory is located in the Mall at Green Hills.

Photo by ginnerobot.

  • Marshall W

    Shouldn't it be called, “National my butt just grew another inch day”? Although that cheesecake is well worth the extra few pounds.

  • http://josephbales.com josephbales

    Holy crap, I just realized we have a Cheesecake Factory in Nashville. Now I'm going to have to remember not to eat there. Darn you Nashvillest!

  • http://nashvillest.com morganlevy

    You know, I was trying to come up with something clever along those same lines… but I couldn't bring myself to look up the nutritional info. I seem to remember something like 40-60 grams of fat and 800-1100 calories per slice the last time I looked. Eesh.

  • http://nashvillest.com morganlevy

    oops ;)

  • manofnotts

    Damn…I wish we had this in the UK. Cheesecakes are what dreams are made of.

  • Marshall W

    Only Americans have days to celebrate our obesity.