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Vegan Bakery Cinnaholic Has Found a Vegas Home

Cult cinnamon rolls are coming soon to Spring Valley

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Last August, Berkeley, California-based Cinnaholic announced their "100% vegan" cinnamon rolls were on their way to Las Vegas. In conjunction with partner Atlanta Franchise Group, they've now found a permanent home, begun work on remodeling the space and are now promising their cult cinnamon rolls are finally "coming soon" to Spring Valley.

Cinnaholic will be taking over shuttered Kidz Wear store in suite 103, next door to breakfast and lunch restaurant, Bite at The Mall at Grand Canyon retail center.

Created five years ago by husband and wife team Shannon and Florian Radke, Cinnaholic gained fame following an appearance on ABC TV's Shark Tank, catapulting their store into a must-visit location. Their Las Vegas expansion is touted as a vegan bakery and coffee shop, but their success is built around their signature item, "dairy & lactose-free, egg-free and cholesterol-free" cinnamon rolls.

The custom-made rolls are only baked after customers have chosen their frosting from a list of 30 choices and customized from a roster of more than 20 toppings. A standard roll can be bought with vanilla frosting and smaller "baby buns" are available. Cookies, brownies, cookie dough and larger Cinnacakes may also make their way to Vegas.

Unusual toppings include gingersnap cookies and pie crumble and frostings have included pumpkin spice, cream soda, Irish cream, root beer and piña colada.

Via Instagram, Cinnaholic announced in February they were hoping to debut no later than June.

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