Oscar and Evelyn Overton always dreamed of owning a successful family business.
An excellent cook, Evelyn's passion for baking led to the creation of her original cheesecake, a hit with everyone who tried it. By the early 1950's, while raising her two young children, David and Renee, Evelyn converted their basement into a professional bakery and supplied her original cheesecakes to the best local restaurants in her hometown of Detroit.
We are dedicated to bringing you the best possible food and service.
Every soup, sauce, dressing and marinade is fresh and from scratch. We hand-make every eggroll, bread every chicken breast, grate our cheese, freshly dice our vegetables, and make our famous mashed potatoes from scratch throughout the day. We source not only the highest quality ingredients, but also those that are sustainably grown, harvested and raised that meet our specifications, whenever available. We hope you will taste the difference.
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Supper, Dessert & Coffee, Saturday & Sunday Brunch, Take Out, Delivery and Gift Cards – Visit thecheesecakefactory.com for details.
Please alert your server of any food allergies or other food sensitivities, as not all ingredients are listed in the menu.
This symbol (**) Gluten Free Upon Request: indicates that the menu item can be prepared upon request for guests with sensitivity to gluten. Our restaurants are not allergen or gluten free environments. Menu items may be prepared using shared equipment and fryers allowing for cross-contact with allergens and other ingredients. For these reasons, even when specially ordered, we are unable to guarantee that a menu item will be free of any allergen.
In 1972, once their children were grown, Oscar and Evelyn decided to move their business westward.
Using the last of their savings, they opened a small bakery in Los Angeles to sell their signature cheesecakes. They called it The Cheesecake Factory®. The original cheesecake inspired their son David to create an original restaurant, unique to this day, and in 1978, he opened The Cheesecake Factory restaurant in Beverly Hills, California. With little knowledge of how to run a restaurant but lots of intuition, David set out to create a dining experience guests wouldn't soon forget – generous portions with hundreds of creative menu selections handmade from scratch with the finest quality ingredients served in a warm and inviting setting.