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Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Franchise Cinnaholic Bringing Vegan Desserts to San Antonio Next Year

Posted By on Wed, Nov 27, 2019 at 11:39 AM

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Cinnaholic, a gourmet cinnamon roll bakery known for its vegan sweets, is preparing to open its first location in the Alamo City.

Husband-and-wife team Ben and Nicki Reedy expect to open the doors, bringing scratch-made products to Southtown, by mid-January.



Located at 1812 S. Alamo, the new shop will offer Cinnaholic's signature cinnamon rolls with customizable toppings and frostings, in addition to cookies, brownies, baby-sized cinnamon buns and coffee options.

The store, which will open next door to Brown Coffee, is expected to serve both in-house patrons and fulfill catering orders for special and corporate events.

The couple discovered the Cinnaholic concept in 2018, and loved the idea of a delicious egg- and dairy-free dessert that anyone could enjoy.

"The food is really good, and you'd have no idea that it's a vegan product," Ben said. "In the store, [the cinnamon buns] are made fresh every thirty minutes. Anytime you're eating, it's something that was just made from scratch."

The couple hopes to transform the outdoor green space, which was previously shared with former tenant Steel City Pops, to offer a space for locals to play and enjoy treats.

Since Cinnaholic launched in Berkley, California in 2009, the company has grown to locations throughout the U.S.

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