Cinnaholic Debuts at East Windsor’s Town Center Plaza

Cinnaholic Gourmet Cinnamon Rolls, a 100% vegan bakery known for its fresh and indulgent treats, celebrated its grand opening in East Windsor Township, NJ. The event was attended by Mayor Janice S. Mironov, along with Council Members Anthony Katawick and John Zoller, as well as Cinnaholic Franchise Co-Owners Jiggar Patel and Nauka Patel, and their staff. The bakery is located in Town Center Plaza on Route 130 North, right next to Jersey’s Mike’s and Great Clips.

At Cinnaholic, customers can enjoy a variety of cinnamon rolls made without dairy, lactose, eggs, or cholesterol. The bakery offers a unique “create your own” experience, with over 20 frosting flavors and a wide range of delicious toppings to choose from. In addition to their signature cinnamon rolls, Cinnaholic also serves Baby Buns, cookies, brownies, and even raw, edible cookie dough.

Mayor Mironov expressed her warm welcome and congratulations to Cinnaholic Gourmet Cinnamon Rolls for expanding its presence in East Windsor. She highlighted the bakery’s long history and reputation, as well as its commitment to meeting the growing demand for non-traditional food products. Cinnaholic’s cinnamon rolls are made fresh from scratch, ensuring a high-quality and delicious experience for customers.

Cinnaholic has been rapidly expanding since its establishment in 2010, with nearly one hundred locations across the United States and Canada. The bakery’s success has been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine, which included Cinnaholic in its prestigious Franchise 500 © list in 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. The current operating hours for Cinnaholic East Windsor are Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more information, interested individuals can call (609) 601-8839 or visit the official website at

The grand opening event was marked by a ribbon-cutting ceremony, attended by Mayor Mironov, Council Members Zoller and Katawick, and the owners and staff of Cinnaholic. A photo captured the moment, featuring the esteemed guests and the co-owners Jiggar Patel and Nauka Patel, along with their family members. The celebration was also joined by Christine Curnan, Vice President of the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce, highlighting the support and recognition from the local business community.

Cinnaholic’s new location in East Windsor Township offers residents and visitors a delectable vegan bakery experience, with a wide range of treats to satisfy any sweet tooth. The bakery’s commitment to quality, innovation, and meeting the demands of non-traditional food products sets it apart in the industry. As Cinnaholic continues to expand its footprint, it is sure to delight even more customers with its irresistible cinnamon rolls and other mouthwatering offerings.

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