One Dozen or Two Dozen Mini Cheesecake at Steve Buresh's Cheesecake Store (Up to 56% Off)

Steve Buresh's Cheesecake Store

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JO

Jessica O. ·
Reviewed April 20, 2013
Cheesecakes were smaller than I anticipated but still tasty.

TJ

Tammi J. · 5 reviews TOP REVIEWER
Reviewed March 26, 2013
Difficult to schedule a delivery date, but once cheesecake arrived it was delicious!

AH

Anne H. ·
Reviewed March 21, 2013
Delicious and courteous

What You'll Get


Eating dessert whenever you want is one of the perks of adulthood, along with watching R-rated movies and letting your stuffed animals smoke. Taste the sweet life with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $17 for one dozen assorted mini cheesecakes (a $36 value)
  • $32 for two dozen assorted mini cheesecakes (a $72 value)

Steve crowns his 2-inch Chicago-style cheesecakes with fresh fruits, nuts, and chocolate to create decadent flavors, such as white-chocolate raspberry, caramel, and apple-cinnamon, baked over a graham-cracker crust. The baker needs at least 24 hours to complete each order, and delivers the tasty packages across Chicagoland (except downtown) every Wednesday and Saturday.

Steve Buresh's Cheesecake Store

When Steve Buresh lost his job as a chef in 2010, he only briefly thought of returning to the auto-repair business before realizing that his true love and passion was not in the garage, but in the kitchen. Within a month, Steve had a plan all mapped out. He would fuse his grandparent’s cheesecake recipe with his own social-marketing campaign and start up his very own cheesecake store.

Today, Steve is managing his commercial Homer Glen kitchen, or what he, in an interview with the Herald-News, calls “a rolling one-man cheese cake factory.” With a little help from his wife and a ton of real Wisconsin cream cheese, the baker creates 20 varieties of his decadent Chicago-style dessert. He infuses them with everything from fresh fruit to peanut butter and jelly or chocolate chips—a recipe he snagged from his grandfather’s old Brookfield restaurant, Frank Buresh’s Lobster House.

However, Steve's efforts don’t stop in the kitchen. He delivers his treats directly to doorsteps, including those of local restaurants, where customers can buy bites by the slice while crafting a plan to hijack the desert cart. And, as Laura Katauskas of the Bugle discovered, the sociable baker doesn’t just drop off his creations and run. Instead, he chitchats with customers, letting them know they can “text him with an order and he will make it happen.”

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Feb 20, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Delivery only available Wednesdays and Saturdays. Valid within a 20mi radius of 60446. Extra fee for delivery outside of service area. Not valid for delivery to downtown Chicago. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Steve Buresh's Cheesecake Store


When Steve Buresh lost his job as a chef in 2010, he only briefly thought of returning to the auto-repair business before realizing that his true love and passion was not in the garage, but in the kitchen. Within a month, Steve had a plan all mapped out. He would fuse his grandparent’s cheesecake recipe with his own social-marketing campaign and start up his very own cheesecake store.

Today, Steve is managing his commercial Homer Glen kitchen, or what he, in an interview with the Herald-News, calls “a rolling one-man cheese cake factory.” With a little help from his wife and a ton of real Wisconsin cream cheese, the baker creates 20 varieties of his decadent Chicago-style dessert. He infuses them with everything from fresh fruit to peanut butter and jelly or chocolate chips—a recipe he snagged from his grandfather’s old Brookfield restaurant, Frank Buresh’s Lobster House.

However, Steve's efforts don’t stop in the kitchen. He delivers his treats directly to doorsteps, including those of local restaurants, where customers can buy bites by the slice while crafting a plan to hijack the desert cart. And, as Laura Katauskas of the Bugle discovered, the sociable baker doesn’t just drop off his creations and run. Instead, he chitchats with customers, letting them know they can “text him with an order and he will make it happen.”

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