Cheesecake Factory to Replace Troy’s “La Piazza”

Cheesecake Factory to Replace Troy’s “La Piazza”

TROY – Do you smell that? That’s cheesecake. That’s right, The Cheesecake Factory is coming to downtown Troy, filling the vacant space that once held La Piazza. The location is America’s 221’st full-sized Cheesecake Factory restaurant, and is expected to open in late November.

Cheesecake Enterprises International announced plans to open The Factory through a public Troy City Council Meeting, held via Zoom. Unfortunately, the meeting host forgot to unlock the meeting, leaving most public attendees stranded in the waiting room.

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Many locals are frustrated over news of The Factory, as there has never been a nationwide chain restaurant in Troy’s downtown square.

“That property is special. La Piazza was an absolute staple of downtown Troy businesses, with an incredible patio and view of the square. The scenery really distracted from the mediocre food and countless health code violations. Now, we’re all just going to be a bunch of cheesecake-eating losers,” said an anonymous local.  

Beautiful Cheesecake Factory branding decorates the downtown square.

 

City planners are expecting The Cheesecake Factory to draw upper-class millennials, bringing much-needed foot traffic to businesses in downtown Troy. Younger adults across the county are extremely excited about the big news.

“The Cheesecake Factory kind of reminds me of going to the mall or something. There was always a Factory nearby, and we’d end up there like ‘holy shit everybody just spent a ton of money and now we’re here.’ I can’t wait to feel that in my hometown,” said Kandace Shmedien of Troy.

Troy’s Cheesecake Factory location will be offering a Spicy Strawberry Donut Cheesecake flavor, as made famous by the Troy High School Marching Band. This franchised location will also be the first of its name to serve the Creamy Velveeta Cheesecake, made with 80% processed cheese and 20% neon orange food coloring. 

For more updates on booming local business, be sure to subscribe to the Miami County Bugle Caller. For coupons to The Factory, visit thecheesecakefactory.com.

 

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This Post Has 11 Comments

  1. Emily Hale

    I understand you wanting to accurately quote your source, however I think you could have paraphrased them a little better without needing to curse in an article. 🤷🏼‍♀️

  2. Scott Boram

    I’m glad that somethings opening up there. But I was really thinking of opening up a five star gourmet chop house…Aged steaks and European seafood recipes. Day late I guess. I wish the Cheesecake Factory all the best. What a location!

  3. Karen Moore

    Love that the cheese cake factory is coming. We need something like that. Would like to see olive garden and cracker barrel also

  4. Dawn Spoltman

    Is this for real?

    1. Deron Brown

      I am sure this is real. Why no quote from city council or city planning employees.

  5. Theresa Dershem

    La Piazza did not have mediocre food! So go stuff your face with over portioned chain restaurant cheese cake.

  6. Chris Davis

    It amazes me the amount of people that believe just the headline

  7. Cyndie Evilsizor

    This is awesome!! What a great opportunity to bring many many people to downtown Troy. Can’t wait

  8. Becky Daffner

    Looking forward to it! Good thing for downtown Troy?

  9. Robin

    It’s obviously satire people… don’t get too excited. You’ll have to keep going to Dayton for your Avocado Taquitos for now.

  10. Bill

    fake news i spoke with City of Troy leaders they denied any knowledge or involvement of any talks with CCF.

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