In March, we found out that an award-winning bakery will be opening in Sea Girt Square. As seen on ABC's hit show Shark Tank, a brand new Cinnaholic will be serving you gourmet cinnamon rolls and many other delicious desserts. I can't wait for this bakery to open but many locals have been asking, "When will the new gourmet cinnamon roll bakery open its doors?" I got new details below...

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For those who don't know, Sea Girt Square is on the border of Sea Girt and Wall Township. The shopping center is home to The Coal HouseFinsJoe's Bagel & GrillLocal Smoke BBQ, and many other high-quality local businesses. In March, the Sea Girt Cinnaholic owners said that they were just getting started with construction...

Four months later, in a recent Facebook conversation, the Cinnaholic- Sea Girt owners said:

We have recently passed our rough inspections and are pushing towards our final inspection process. Unfortunately, we hit some delays due to inspections and shortages. Hopefully, we will have a better idea by the second week of August.

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We still don't know a specific opening date, but that's okay! The goal for the Sea Girt Cinnaholic was to always open in late Summer 2021 and that still is very possible. That actually might be a good thing because I'll almost be out of a bathing suit by then. Please know, I will keep you all up to date on the exact opening of Cinnaholic. When it does open, let's support this awesome brand new local business!

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