The new Seattle outpost of Cinnaholic is celebrating its grand opening with $1 rolls 10 AM to 2 PM Friday. Sure, you can eat a cinnamon roll for lunch.
CHS talked this summer with Maysaa Abouhamze about her new E Pike business with fellow entrepreneur Trieva Katsandres with plans to take over a short-lived salon’s former space next to Capitol Cider and add another sweet component to the neighborhood’s mix of food, treats, and drinks.
“I wanted the help of the franchise,” Abouhamze told CHS about the decision to be part of the growing Cinnaholic chain. “Being a mom and having other businesses, I just wanted that support.”
While we typically refer to Pike/Pine’s sweet and sticky end of the food and drink spectrum through the prism of the circus, a carnival, and the midway, your mall food court comparisons also apply. Somebody, please open an Orange Julius.
You can find Cinnaholic Seattle at at 816 E Pike. Learn more at facebook.com/Cinnaholic.Seattle.CapitalHill.
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