LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Cinnamon’s Las Vegas has announced that it will be closing.
The announcement was made in a Facebook post on Friday.
The restaurant says it is being forced to close by “circumstances beyond our control.”
They thanked their staff in the post and also their guests “who gave enormous joy & Aloha back.”
The restaurant on West Washington Avenue is popular with the Hawaiian community.
It’s probably best known for its Red Velvet and its Guava Chiffon pancakes.
Cinnamon’s has been a Hawaiian breakfast staple for more than 3 decades. The original restaurant is located in Kailua on the island of Oahu.
The Las Vegas restaurant was their first venture to the mainland.
Like other restaurants in Las Vegas, Cinnamon’s was forced to closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
It reopened in April with limited take-out for limited hours. At the time, the restaurant said it was hard for them to “get product” and staff was restricted.
They reopened on May 15.
The Facebook post did not say when the restaurant would close. They also encouraged their fans to support other mom and pop places.
Cinnamon's was featured on 13 Action News' Dirty Dining in August 2020.
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