For quality, selection, and value, it's tough to beat Harry & David. It has partnered with The Cheesecake Factory, one of the world’s top cheesecake producers, whose desserts are popular for a reason.
Harry & David carries more than a dozen cakes from The Cheesecake Factory, from its towering New York-style and Salted Caramel to cake-and-cheesecake layer cakes, such as Reese's peanut butter chocolate cheesecake. No matter the occasion, you're sure to find a cheesecake to fit the bill. No one is disappointed to receive a Cheesecake Factory cheesecake. The bottom line: These two popular and time-tested brands are sure to deliver the goods.
Harry & David ships to all 50 states and a selection of international destinations. Save on shipping with the company's "celebrations passport" program. Membership costs around $30 per year.
We love Bassano's attitude. These New York Italians may have defected to Florida, but they claim their cheesecake is second best in the world "'cause don't disrespect your Mother, capisce!"
The website openly takes a swipe at Junior's, the well-known Brooklyn cheesecake bakery, calling it out for being past its prime and referencing the Gotye song "Somebody That I Used To Know." Ouch! All this braggadocio, however, can't hide this family bakery's sweet, soft heart.
Bassano's supports a different charity every month, and, best of all, it offers free shipping on all of its cheesecakes—an amazing deal, given the fact that each cheesecake weighs between four, five and eight pounds, measures nine inches in diameter, and is three inches high.
Bassano’s carries many flavors (typically more than 20), both regular and slightly outrageous. Highlights include Claudio's Cannoli Cheesecake, Pistachio cheesecake, and Cherry Blossom.
Bassano's ships on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and prices vary. Many cheesecakes cost from $55 to $60, but some, such as Claudio's Cannoli, are more expensive. Shipping is free anywhere in the United States.
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While Harry & David have The Cheesecake Factory, Goldbelly has just about everyone else: Junior's, Eli's, The Nuns of New Skete, and many more.
Goldbelly's online marketplace offers a wide selection of cheesecake flavors and formats. Take a look at the Gooey Butter Cheesecake from Blue Owl Bakery, the New York from the Nuns of New Skete, the Cheesecake Dippers from Eli's, and the Cheesecake Macarons from Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolate. And that's just a handful of highlights.
Goldbelly has at least five dozen different cheesecakes from more than 15 establishments. It's a wondrous cheesecake bazaar focused on curation, so you know that all the products it carries are beloved.
There are several different products, so costs vary widely. Expect to spend around $65. Many items come with free shipping, and Goldbelly ships nationwide.
Best Cheesecake Sandwich:
Grandma's Cheesecake Sandwiches
Growing up, Lisa Cotoggio was inspired by her grandmother Raphaella's signature cheesecakes. Years later, Lisa founded a business to share Raphaella's legacy with the world and added her own unique twist. That's how the cheesecake sandwich was born.
Raphaella has since passed away, but her cheesecakes live on at Grandma's Cheesecake Sandwiches. When it opened in 2019, Grandma's sold out of everything on each of its first three days of operation.
Grandma's makes more than 20 flavors of Cheesecake Sandwiches, including blueberry, butterscotch, chocolate eclair, salted caramel, and rainbow cookie crumble. Each sandwich is handcrafted, so no two are exactly the same.
You must order a minimum of eight sandwiches, and each one costs about $10. Grandma's ships the sandwiches frozen and packed in dry ice via FedEx overnight, which is pricey—but worth it when they arrive.
Store them for up to a year in the freezer or seven to 10 days in the refrigerator.
Chico's Cheesecakes is a family business with a family recipe. In this family, it seems the love language is cheesecake.
Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, Chico's Cheesecakes is named in honor of the founder's grandfather, Maurice "Chico" Harrell. Chico's jar cheesecakes are spectacular but take a look at the Unicorn Birthday Cake Cheesecake, and you'll understand our decision. Indeed, any person celebrating and receiving this cheesecake will feel loved, honored, and appreciated.
Besides the Unicorn, Chico's has many flavors of jars, cheesecake cupcakes, and specialty cheesecakes. Some of Chico's more unique flavors include Caramel Pecan, Raspberry Oreo, and Apple Pie Crumble.
The brand does things a little differently when it comes to its full-size cheesecakes, baking them in pie tins instead of the standard, straight-sided springform pans. The edges aren't perpendicular to most cheesecakes; they look more like a slice of pie.
Jars come in four or eight ounces. Specialty cheesecakes come in medium and large sizes, with no word on precise measurements. The medium is roughly $30, and the large is about $35, plus shipping. Chico's ships via UPS and the cost is calculated at checkout, based on your location.
Founded in 2006, High Society Cheesecake came from founder Marcus Morris' work spent perfecting his cheesecake recipe for two years. With his Nebraska-based business, Morris's efforts have since been rewarded with reliable customer reviews and distribution through many local markets.
High Society Cheesecake has a stunning selection, but its Tie Dye cheesecake is truly a work of art. Whether you want to remind the aging hippie in your life of their flower child days or wow your friends at your next croquet garden party, the Tie Dye cheesecake (for around $44) will be a beautiful addition. We just couldn't leave this cheesecake off the list.
Like Chico's Unicorn Birthday Cheesecake, we've never seen anything quite like it. Rainbow-colored and flavored with orange and honey, every bite is like frolicking through a Peter Max painting. If the Tie Dye cheesecake isn't right for you, there are more standard flavors such as Twix, Oreo, and Coconut Cream.
Whole cheesecakes from High Society are nine inches in diameter and about 2.5 inches tall. Shipping costs are about $35 for all cheesecakes. They also offer a pack of 25 assorted mini cheesecakes if you want to try all the varieties—High Society Cheesecake ships nationwide, but only on Mondays.
What Is a Cheesecake Delivery Service?
A cheesecake delivery service ships cheesecake to the home. They are generally shipped frozen and can be defrosted when ready to enjoy. The majority of the cheesecake delivery services provide one-time orders versus requiring an ongoing subscription.
How Much Does a Cheesecake Delivery Service Cost?
Prices vary and range from $30 at Chico’s Cheesecakes and $35 at Harry & David, up to $65 per cheesecake at Goldbelly.
Can I Order Cheesecake by the Slice From a Cheesecake Delivery Service?
While most cheesecake delivery services don’t ship individual slices, some, such as Harry & David, sell a Cheesecake Party Wheel with four different flavors. Or for smaller size cheesecakes, Grandma’s Cheesecake Sandwiches are individual portions you can order in various flavors.
There’s no shortage of cheesecake in this world, and we looked at more than 60 different websites. Our choices came down to two things: unique, delicious cheesecakes and great reviews. Every company on this list has both.
From big corporate brands like Harry & David's partnership with The Cheesecake Factory to mom-and-pop shops like Grandma’s Cheesecake Sandwiches, each company we chose brings something special to the marketplace.
Because cakes are necessary for birthdays, we chose Chico's Cheesecakes as the top pick for that category because of its go-to family recipe. We also wanted to make sure that readers knew where to get the most bang for their buck when it came to cheesecakes, so we handpicked Bassano Cheesecake for its overall value, comparing cheesecake price and size.