Later this year, Las Vegas will become Berkeley, California-based Cinnaholic’s most popular location, with a fourth expansion now headed to the southwest.
The creators of “dairy and lactose-free, egg-free and cholesterol-free” cinnamon rolls, individually customized by each guest are set to take over a 1,200-square-foot former Subway store at the Blue Diamond Ranch retail center. It will sit on the Decatur Boulevard side of the Albertson’s anchored shopping hub.
Since arriving in Spring Valley in August 2016, Cinnaholic has expanded to Henderson and the Centennial Center. Among its 21 locations, no other city has a higher concentration of outposts.
On the menu, full-size and “baby” rolls that can can upgraded with a variety of toppings and frostings, including current spring flavors of orange cream and strawberry lemonade, plus larger “cinnacakes” and fudge brownies, chocolate chip cookies, and cookie dough.
Yet to be announced by the franchise owners, an estimated opening date has not been revealed.
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