T​ap Water Review: Cheesecake Factory

I​t was served in a mug of sorts...

Max Ruse posted in Drinks
1w ago

M​y wife and I went to the Cheesecake Factory yesterday while we were out and about in Orlando, FL. We had visited one a few years prior, but hadn't really thought to go back as historically Cheesecake Factories have been located fairly far from where we have lived. Since we were already in the same mall as one yesterday. however, we decided to give it a go. In terms of food, it was very good, but I know you all are waiting with baited breath to hear how the tap water was (alright, probably not, but here it comes anyways).

D​espite the waitresses grimace that I wasn't ordering something more expensive for a drink, and the slight sulphuric scent to the mug when it arrived, the water was good, albeit a bit heavy on the ice. I found the mug of sorts to be a nice touch, and had three whole glasses before we left the restaurant (it was 96 degrees fahrenheit in Orlando yesterday).

A​ll in all, I found Cheesecake Factory tap water to be pretty good, thirst quenching, and refreshing. I hope you are still awake after reading this, but do come again next time as we explore, who knows honestly, but it will be a riveting review as always. Until then, remember, water should always be free!

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Comments (5)

  • Will you be reviewing the tap water at Disney World. :) I'm a fellow water drinker!

      9 days ago
    • I need a few pay raises before even affording the tap water at Disney World haha!

        9 days ago
  • 😂 👍

      9 days ago
  • If you’re still in Orlando you need to go to the dinosaur themed restaurant. I think it’s called T-Rex but I’m not sure. It has great food and atmosphere!

      7 days ago