Cinnaholic is preparing for the launch of its latest location in Richmond at 19320 W. Bellfort Blvd., Ste. 300, on Sept. 1. The newest Cinnaholic location is set to offer plant-based, allergen-friendly cinnamon rolls and an assortment of desserts throughout the opening week.

To commemorate the occasion, Cinnaholic - Richmond has planned a grand opening event from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on the opening day Sept. 1. Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy a choice of various exclusive cinnamon rolls for $2 per customer, according to a press release.

On the menu

The Richmond location will feature the chain’s iconic cinnamon rolls, edible cookie dough and a variety of treats such as brownies, cookies, Baby Buns, Cinnacakes and Dole soft serve.

Catering services and bulk orders for events will also be available. All Cinnaholic products are 100% vegan and free from dairy, lactose, eggs, cholesterol as well as being tailored to various allergenic sensitivities.

In addition to the year-round selection, Cinnaholic - Richmond will introduce seasonal flavors, launching fall-inspired creations Sept. 5, including the Pumpkin Cheesecake Roll, Cinnamon Toasty Crunch Roll, pumpkin bread, pumpkin cookies and more.

The menu features a range of favorites, including popular cinnamon roll flavors:
  • Old Skool: classic cinnamon roll with vanilla frosting
  • Cookie Monster: a roll adorned with cream cheese frosting, cookie dough, chocolate chips, and chocolate sauce
  • Caramel Apple Pie: a roll featuring caramel frosting, homemade pie crumble, fresh apples, and caramel sauce
  • Campfire S’mores: marshmallow-infused roll with graham cookies, marshmallows, and chocolate sauce

About the owners

"Cinnaholic was different from every other concept I've looked at, and it really was addicting from the beginning after I tried my first cinnamon roll." said Cinnaholic Richmond Owner Eddie Alkhatib.

Adopting a vegan-based diet and developing a newfound fondness for sweets, Alkhatib and his two daughters became regular patrons of Cinnaholic even before starting their own location, Alkhatib said.