Shark Tank Concept Cinnaholic Coming to GA's Dunwoody Hall

The only thing better than a sweet and decadent dessert is a 100% plant-based, dairy-free, egg-free, lactose-free and cholesterol-free sweet and decadent dessert. Cinnaholic will join Dunwoody Hall in Dunwoody, GA. The cult-favorite franchise, which began in 2010 in Berkeley, CA, is known for its innovative create-your-own cinnamon rolls and made-from-scratch brownies, cookies, and edible cookie dough. 

Woman Holding Cinnaholic cinnamon bun

Co-founded by Shannon and Florian Radke — two plant-based animal lovers — the Cinnaholic mission is rooted in the belief that everyone has the power to make a positive change in the world. In 2014, the couple pitched the business idea on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” which successfully ended in an investment offer. From there, the business model was born, and today, the company has more than 38 franchises across the U.S. and Canada (and counting). 

Leslie Mintz HeadshotWe couldn't be more excited to introduce Cinnaholic to Dunwoody Hall, said Leslie Mintz, Senior Leasing Agent. "The community's anticipation and reception have been wonderful — we're thrilled to welcome an innovative brand with quality, plant-based ingredients to the Regency portfolio.

Cinnaholic product

Cinnaholic will join Dunwoody Hall’s merchant roster including Publix, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Novo Cucina, PetPeople and Moe’s Southwest Grill.

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Photo credit: Cinnaholic