By Frank Sabatini Jr.
Famous for its vegan cinnamon rolls, Cinnaholic made its San Diego debut Aug. 12 in Westfield Mission Valley mall via a kiosk in front of Macy’s. The rolls, which are available with flavored icings and various toppings of choice, are free of dairy and eggs.
The company launched several years ago in Berkeley, and has since branched into Las Vegas, Atlanta and Southlake, Texas. Plans are in the works for two other local outlets in the Gaslamp Quarter and Pacific Beach. 1640 Camino Del Rio North, 619-546-9991, cinnaholic.com.
Casting call: Katie Hance of Levity Entertainment Group in Los Angeles is looking for chefs in Southern California who specialize in dishes involving burgers, bacon, cheese, or carnival-style foods to compete in the Food Network series, “Guy’s Grocery’s Games.” She is also reaching out to dads who would like to compete with their sons or daughters (18 years or older) for a special Father’s Day episode. For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A brewery and tasting room specializing in gut-nourishing kombucha has opened in Middletown under the name, Bootstrap Kombucha. Owners James Farnworth and Susan McMillion ferment the fizzy, probiotic teas in small batches. They sell them in flavors such as apple-ginger, cherry, blueberry and beet. The drinks are non-alcoholic and they’re made with organic ingredients. 4085 Pacific Highway, Suite 105 B, 858-746-9960, bootstrapkombucha.com.