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Cheesecake Factory’s Future in Cerritos Looks Peachy

Cerritos gets ready for Cheesecake Factory's arrival.  Internet Photo

Cerritos gets ready for Cheesecake Factory’s arrival. Internet Photo

By Brian Hews

It appears that Cerritos resident’s waistlines could be expanding in the near future as a new Cheesecake Factory is slated to open in Cerritos.

Hews Media Group-Community Newspapers has learned that the popular national upscale eatery has decided to build a new location in Cerritos, possible near the Los Cerritos Center.

“We don’t have an official announcement about Cheesecake Factory just yet, but something could be revealed very soon,” said city spokesperson Annie Hylton.

At a recent address to both business leaders and community residents, longtime Cerritos City Manager Art Gallucci also hinted that a “new restaurant will be moving into Cerritos.” Instead of verbally naming Cheesecake Factory, the top city administrator held up a plate of the tasty high-calorie dessert.

According to the company’s website, “The Cheesecake Factory created the upscale casual dining segment in 1978 with the opening of its first restaurant in Beverly Hills.”

“More than 35 years later, The Cheesecake Factory is known across the globe for its extensive and creative menu, generous portions, distinctive décor and legendary desserts. With more than 250 menu selections – all handmade, in-house with fresh ingredients – and more than 50 signature cheesecakes and desserts, there is truly “Something for everyone” at The Cheesecake Factory,” tout company officials.

The nearest Cheesecake Factory is located in both Anaheim and Brea.

HMG-CN also placed a call into the marketing and public relations firm that represents Cheesecake Factory, Murphy-O’Brien to inquire about specific details about a Cerritos location, but the call was not returned prior to this week’s newspaper print edition deadline.

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