Their new shop is said to boast an impressive 1,200 square feet of interior space and it will be located within the Gaitersburg neighbourhood of Washington DC. This is quite impressive when we consider that the first branch of Cinnaholic originally opened in 2009 out of California. Since then, the husband-and-wife chain has continued to enjoy success and this momentum certainly shows no signs of slowing down. Their entrance into the Washington Dc metropolitan area illustrates that the popularity of this eatery has far surpassed the West Coast alone. So, what makes their concept so unique and why are customers continuing to flock to their shops?
Unlike other shops associated with the mass production of cinnamon rolls, the concept behind this franchise is much different. All buns are freshly baked and there are more than 30 different frosting options to select. When this is combined with no fewer than 20 unique toppings, it is clear to see why the store has been making waves. The real twist is that these treats are completely free of lactose, cholesterol, eggs and dairy products. Not only are they tasty, but they are exceedingly healthy vegan alternatives to more traditional items. The DIY nature of the shop likewise ensures that customers will be able to enjoy a hands-on experience. It seems as if Cinnaholic is here to stay.
Cinnaholic is certainly not the first chain to realise the appeal of DIY foods alongside superior levels of flexibility. The main takeaway point is that consumers throughout Washington DC (and indeed across the world) are now looking for healthy and tasty snacks. This vegan restaurant has capitalised upon such a concept and it shows no signs of slowing down.
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