The Cheesecake Factory's Brown Bread Is Headed to Grocery Stores

You'll no longer need a to-go box to take it home

I'm not afraid to admit that I love everything about The Cheesecake Factory. With how well it's penetrated every suburb of America, it's probably safe to say you love it, too. Despite the inauthentic Egyptian decor and the avocado egg rolls that don't even pretend to be grounded in Asian cuisine, I'll gladly endure wait times longer than any restaurant on Pete Wells's top 10 list.

And if you're like me, you also know that the best part of The Cheesecake Factory isn't even, well, the cheesecake, but the free brown bread that fuels you through reading the bible-length, 250-item menu. You'll no longer have to sneak it home via a to-go box though, as the mega chain has announced it's bringing its famous brown bread to grocery store shelves.

To recreate that complimentary bread basket at home, there are heat-and-serve dinner rolls, two-packs of mini baguettes and sliced sandwich bread, all ranging in price from $3 to $4. Up to you if you want to make a batch of Tex-Mex egg rolls to go alongside.