If you’re visiting Estes Park, you’ll want to know about Cinnamon’s Bakery. Most travelers appreciate a place to grab a morning bite and cup of coffee to start their day. You’ll find this small business truly hits the spot. It’s become a real favorite of the locals, too. With its welcoming atmosphere and gooey rolls, Cinnamon’s provides a stellar morning experience for all.
Cinnamon Bakery’s Story
This place has been around since 2016 when it was founded by Carole Fixter. Carole was on a mission to serve up fresh-baked cinnamon rolls like none other. It seems she succeeded, as it didn’t take long Cinnamon’s Bakery to become a household name when it comes to things to do in Estes Park. Reviews began pouring in from platforms like Facebook, Trip Advisor and Yelp. In fact, people were so impressed with the bakery’s rolls that they began to sell out every single day. Now pastry chef and co-owner Brian Goddard has come on board to contribute his talent, skills and knowledge to the business. With a degree from the Art Institute of Atlanta’s culinary school, he’s worked as an executive chef in some of Atlanta’s finest restaurants over the past 20 years. It’s his goal to produce even more delicious rolls for the Estes Park community.
Cinnamon Bakery’s Rolls
Cinnamon’s menu comes from an old family recipe. Staff begins the baking process at three o’clock every morning to be sure they’re ready for the day’s first customers. They offer a small selection, with only five types of cinnamon rolls on the menu. You won’t hear anyone complain; the results are simply too good. You can choose from classic, raisin-filled, sticky pecan, salted caramel and a different fruit-filled roll each day. Cinnamon’s will load up your classic cinnamon roll with as much delicious cream cheese frosting as you’d like. They also offer a gluten-sensitive blueberry muffin that’s out of this world. Of course, coffee is available. Cinnamon’s serves Kind coffee, another beloved Estes Park treasured brand.
Come and Visit
Cinnamon’s Bakery is located at 920 W. Elkhorn Avenue in Estes Park. You can stop in seven days a week beginning in the middle of June. They’re open from 7:30 to 10:00 each morning, though it possible they could close early on days their rolls sell out quickly. The staff works hard to produce enough rolls to last until closing time, but that isn’t always possible. If you want to secure your order, call ahead to 970-480-1501 by 6:00 pm the day before you want to pick them up. Cinnamon’s prefers telephone calls. If you send them a message or email, your message may not be received. They want to accommodate your request. Cinnamon’s loves their community and regularly donate to those in need.