Cinnaholic, one of the fastest growing plant-based concepts in the country, will open its next Texas location on May 6 in Mansfield. Located at Shops at Broad at the intersection of Highway 287 and Broad Street, Cinnaholic – Mansfield will offer the brand’s famous plant-based, allergen-friendly cinnamon rolls and other delicious desserts seven days a week.
To kick things off, Cinnaholic – Mansfield is hosting a grand opening party from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for the grand opening. Each guest will enjoy a cinnamon roll of their choice for only $1 (limit one person customer, and only available opening day from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.).
Cinnaholic has grown in popularity in the past two years with more than 60 locations currently operating in the United States and Canada, and more than 25 planned within the next year.
As with all Cinnaholic stores, Cinnaholic – Mansfield is locally owned and operated by Johnny and Ja’Nae McGee. The McGees have aspired to be small business owners, and after spending several years in public service, they are excited to transition into the world of being entrepreneurs. Outside of the restaurant, the family has a 3-year-old they and find themselves regularly giving back to the community, something they aspire to continue in their work with Cinnaholic.
“We have always wanted to own a company, leave a legacy for our daughter and be part of the community, especially here in Mansfield,” said Johnny McGee, co-owner of Cinnaholic – Mansfield. “When we were looking at different franchise opportunities, we really loved Cinnaholic because of its plant-based products and commitment to the community. We are very excited to host give-back and donation events and support the Mansfield area.
Cinnaholic – Mansfield will offer the same menu as all other locations, including the famous cinnamon rolls, edible cookie dough and additional sweet treats like brownies, cookies, “Baby Buns,” and “Cinnacakes.” Seasonal menu items are anticipated. Cinnaholic – Mansfield will offer catering and large-size ordering as well for events, meetings and more. All Cinnaholic products are 100 percent vegan, dairy and lactose-free, egg-free, cholesterol-free and allergen-friendly. Unique to their location, Cinnaholic – Mansfield will offer local coffee from Flying Squirrel as well as vanilla and pineapple Dole Whip.
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