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Cheesecake Factory to Open at Mall of Georgia

Restaurant is scheduled to open in December.

The Cheesecake Factory will be located in The Village section at the Mall of Georgia. Credit: Cheesecake Factory
The Cheesecake Factory will be located in The Village section at the Mall of Georgia. Credit: Cheesecake Factory
UPDATE: Cheesecake Factory Announces Opening Date

Dacula Cheesecake Factory lovers will no longer have to make the trip to Atlanta or Alpharetta to indulge in a decadent meal at The Cheesecake Factory.

Come December, the full service restaurant chain will open just a few miles away at the Mall of Georgia. The 8,400-square-foot restaurant will be located in The Village.


“We are thrilled to welcome The Cheesecake Factory to our restaurant mix,” said Carol Cox, director of marketing and business development at Mall of Georgia, in a released statement. “It was the most requested restaurant addition on our social media pages, and we’re pleased to continue our commitment to the community by adding more of what shoppers want to see at Mall of Georgia.”

The Cheesecake Factory has 160 locations nationwide and features a menu with more than 250 dishes including 30 varieties of cheesecake. The restaurant also offers a "SkinnyLicious" menu with 50 selections under 590 calories.

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Kristi Reed August 27, 2013 at 12:36 PM
I've never been to The Cheesecake Factory. Everything I know about it comes from watching "The Big Bang Theory." If it's good enough for Sheldon, I guess I'll give it a try ;)
Scott August 27, 2013 at 01:32 PM
Kristi - you're in for a treat! But, you should really read the menu online before you go. It's a process when you're in your seat and the server is waiting for you to make up your mind. PS: It's NOTHING like what's on "The Big Bang Theory". They use the name for fun only. It's really a nice place...almost upscale for some...certainly more than most chain type places currently in the area. Be prepared to spend a good bit of cash!
Kristi Reed August 27, 2013 at 01:34 PM
Thanks for the tip Scott. I figured with 250 or so menu items, it might be worth looking it over online first! I'll need time just to study the 30 cheesecake options ...
Tim Sullivan August 27, 2013 at 09:17 PM
Followed Scot's link above, don't think that village has been developed, looked like it will go next to the new Jim Ellis dealership at Plunkets & 20
D.L. September 15, 2013 at 09:26 AM
Forget the chains. Try local independents like Friends and Luigi's in Dacula. Local Republic and Oyster House in downtown Lawrenceville, Antebellum in Flowery Branch, Parma at MOG, heck even 2 Dog in Gainesville! All close by, all local, and most all fresh compared to pre packaged nuke food at inflated prices. To each as own, but the independents have all around better fare. Cheesecake Factory? Doubt I will ever be inside the place.

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