Cinnaholic’s Third Atlanta-Area Location Coming Soon To Peachtree Corners

Cinnamon bun bakery's 1,000-square-foot location is set to open in mid-September, after Labor Day.
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Cinnaholic, the gourmet cinnamon bun bakery franchise, is set to open a location on Peachtree Parkway in mid-September, after Labor day, as confirmed by the franchisee. Replacing Soho Gifts, this will be the third Cinnaholic location to open in the Atlanta area. One is already located in Dunwoody (which recently debuted) and one in Edgewood.

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Cinnaholic is a relatively new chain, opening its first location in 2010 in Berkley, California. Their entire menu is 100 percent vegan, as the owners, Shannon and Florian Radke believe “everyone has the power to make a positive change in the world—for our people, the animals, and the planet,” according to the company’s website.

The franchisee, who asked not to be named, signed the Cinnaholic franchise agreement in March of 2019. He searched for a location for several months before finally settling on the Peachtree Parkway location in January of this year. 

“There’s a ton of stuff I looked at, but it’s got to be the right rent, the right sized space,” he said. “We need about 1,000 square feet. We don’t need a ton of space. Actually that size of box is a little harder to find than I actually thought.”

With the necessary permits already acquired, the owner says they’re interviewing general contractors right now. Previously more of a franchise “fixer guy,” this will be the first time the owner is building a restaurant. “So, this is a little bit new for me,” he said.

Paul Kim

Paul Kim is a senior at NYU studying Journalism and Public Policy with a minor in Food Studies. A Korean-Taiwanese American born and raised in Atlanta, Paul holds a special appreciation for the diverse food city that Atlanta has become in the last few years. Paul especially loves Korean food because they don't use cilantro in their dishes. Paul hates cilantro.
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4 months ago

Dough & sugar.
Nothing healthy about that.

Kevin Wade
4 months ago

There are empty places they could use. Why build another restaurant that is going to be empty again in 2 years?

4 months ago
Reply to  Kevin Wade

Article says it’s replacing Soho gifts, in the Forum shopping center.

4 months ago

They may not be the healthiest but OMG, these cinnamon rolls are the absolute best!

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