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Actually called: Cinnamon Roll Place, the lines say a lot! We waited about 15 minutes to get our order in, then another 5 for our egg breakfast sandwiches, but very worthwhile wait! I’m for cinnamon rolls only there is only the wait to order. They...have coffee, breakfast sandwiches, lite lunch options and the cinnamon rolls and other pastries. We ordered a cinnamon roll with cream cheese frosting (they come Carmel/cinnamon glazed, add ons include: frosting and various nut options - extra cost), and the two specialty breakfasts: hot head and spam head. The cinnamon roll was amazing! It was so big and fresh - and loaded with gooey caramel and cinnamon flavor, and with the frosting! Absolutely delicious! The egg sandwiches - the hot head was fluffy egg, bacon, cheese in a jalapeño bagel. Very good! And the spam head - choice of bread, I went with jalapeño, with spam, cheese, fluffy egg. The cheese was melted perfectly and the eggs were so fluffy! The jalapeño bagel had a nice flavor and wasn’t too spicy or hot, and the meat was generous. Delicious breakfast! Cost was total of around $20… typical for the area.More
Food is fresh and sandwiches made to order, but seems understaffed and so be prepared to stand in line and wait (or be unfortunate like the lady behind us who stood with us for 20 minutes only to find out that she wanted six rolls...and there were only four left, so she'd have to wait another 20 minutes -- but fresh!). Not inexpensive at about $5 each but big enough for two people to share or fill up one person for breakfast. Plenty of parking.More
Went here early when she poured syrup over warm rolls. Bought this to feed 8 people (5 adults & 3 teenagers) & we still have so many left over. 1/2 of the size is enough & fulfilling. Bought a loaf of banana bread to taste...too.More
Stopped by to see menu and ended up buying a loaf of jalapeño cheddar bread. Amazing. The server advised me to slice it a d toast it like bread and add butter. Good advice. Not too spicy, just delicious