The Spotted Cheetah is located in Tribeca — and has a waitlist of over a thousand people. What can we say? Foodies are serious about their #eeeats, especially if it's a once-in-a-lifetime dining experience.
But luckily, Cheetos gave the public access to its free online cookbook to recreate every single meal that's on the menu.
Celebrity chef Anne Burrell was the star of the three-day eatery event (August 15-17), serving up some of the seriously cheesy dishes that she created. "It’s like a cult almost. But Cheetos just make people smile," Burrell said.
And because we like to torture ourselves, we rounded up 10 photos of the Cheetos creations some people were lucky enough to eat.
It's all... just... so... beautiful.
We can get behind the Cheetos mix-ups crusted chicken milanese.
It ticks off all our PMS cravings.
Spicy Cheetos nachos look like everything we'd want after a night of drinking.
You know the Cheetos grilled cheese and tomato soup is a match made in snack food heaven.
Oh yeah, the pop-up knew how to cater to sweet tooth cravings, too.
What your eyes are seeing is a Cheetos Sweetos crusted cheesecake, Cheetos Sweetos sweet and salty cookies, and white cheddar Cheetos and Cheetos Sweetos apple crepes.
And one more crystal clear photo of the food we'll probably never get to try.