They see $4 at the pump, and bang, their wallets snap shut and no more meals at cheesecake Factory.
It is a dead-ringer for The cheesecake Factory with endless pages of weirdly-paired choices from Vichysoisse to Pad Thai.
cheesecake photos of Ann Coulter abound, and everywhere you look the NRA is urging you to “Stand and Fight!”
also cheese-cake, mid-15c., from cheese (n.1) + cake (n.). In figurative uses for "soft, effeminate" from 18c. Slang meaning dates from 1934, when a "Time" magazine article defined it as "leg-pictures of sporty females." In its early years this sense of the word often was associated with Marlene Dietrich.
: unless one perceives in cheesecake photographs illicit and limitless pleasures
[apparently fr the appreciative comments of one or another New York City newspaper photographer at the ocean-liner docks who posed women so that their legs were featured, and pronounced the pictures to be ''better than cheesecake'']