Well if this isn’t something to celebrate...
The Cheesecake Factory has announced that it’s adding a new flavor to its line of cheesecakes, and it’s really fun — funfetti, that is.
On July 30, the restaurant will debut the new Celebration Cheesecake which seems to be the perfect conclusion to a birthday dinner with its pops of color and confetti-like sprinkles.
According to a press release issued to TODAY Food, the item will feature layers of original cheesecake, vanilla cake, strawberry, chocolate and vanilla mousse, and is topped with a cream cheese frosting. Any way you slice it, it’ll not only be tasty but Instagram worthy, too.
The cake is being added to the chain’s oversized menu as a way of commemorating National Cheesecake Day (July 30) which has become an annual tradition at the restaurant.
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And, if the bright colors and delicious-sounding description aren’t enough for you, here’s another reason you might want to order a slice: For every one sold through August, The Cheesecake Factory will donate 25 cents to Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger relief organization.
But if you still don't feel like celebrating this new flavor, there are more than 30 other ones to choose from. Plus, if you dine-in at the restaurant on July 30 or 31 and order any slice, the price is half off.
That’s definitely something to celebrate, right?