Vegan bakery opens in Atlanta's Edgewood Retail District

Vegan bakery Cinnaholic opened its first Georgia location in Atlanta's Edgewood district. Photo: Cinnaholic.

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Calling all vegans with a sweet tooth: Vegan bakery Cinnaholic has set up shop in Atlanta.

The concept, which gained traction after an appearance in May of 2014 on reality TV show "Shark Tank," has opened doors at 1230 Caroline St., in the Edgewood Retail District. Cinnaholic is known for its vegan cinnamon rolls, which can be customized with one of 30 different frostings as well as toppings from cookie dough to fresh fruit to nuts. It also sells brownies and cookies. All of its products are baked from scratch on site.  Those looking to pair their treat with a beverage will find drip coffee from local roaster Octane as well as juices and other bottled drinks. Although most of Cinnaholic's business is takeway, a few tables inside as well as on a patio are available for those who want to have a seat and enjoy their sweets at the shop.

This is the first Georgia location for Cinnaholic, which currently has stores in Berkley, California and Southlake, Texas. Operating partner and Atlanta native Jarrod Nackley stated that he and his business partners Joe Carroll and Jake Bryant will also be opening a location in September in Athens.

Cinnaholic is open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Cinnaholic, 1230 Caroline St., Atlanta. cinnaholic.com/atlanta/

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