The Cheesecake Factory has a major identity problem and a Twitter user by the handle MaxKriegerVG knows it.
MaxKreigerVG, or “Max Sledroom” as his display name reads, used Twitter as a medium to expose every single flaw in the cheesecake-selling chain restaurant’s appearance, ambience, and menu and it's surpisingly all fairly spot-on. He began by describing the entire restaurant concept as a “postmodern design hellscape”.
“If you want a fully immersive "postmodern design hellscape" themed dining experience I highly recommend dinner at The Cheesecake Factory from a design perspective that place is ... wild and I'll talk a little bit about why,” he began.
Max Sledroom first defined the overall theme of The Cheesecake Factory, which in a series of tweets he described as “Victorian-Egyptian-Rococo off the rails” and a mix between a Fry’s Electronics, Panera, and laser tag arena. If you’ve ever set foot in a Cheesecake Factory, you know he’s kind of right.
“The interior is a world of aesthetic chaos that feels like a mix between a Fry's Electronics, an overgrown Panera, and a laser tag arena. It's /sensational/. Palm trees sit aside 2000's-chic glass lighting fixtures, French limestone floors, mosaics, fresco-like murals...” he wrote.
The one-man Cheesecake Factory take-down continues with even more tweets that you can click through to view, where he deconstructs the issues with advertising for the restaurant you are already in, in the menu, as well as how the cheesecakes themselves (which are supposedly the entire reason for the restaurant) are sequestered in some lone and deserted corner.
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