VeganMoFo: The Cinnamon Snail

So happy right now!

I don’t often get that many chances to eat at the Cinnamon Snail. They mostly spend their days in NYC. For us in NJ they are at the Red Bank Farmers Market on Sundays which we won’t go to in the summer because the traffic home is an absolute nightmare! On Thursdays they are in Jersey City at the Grove Street Farmers Market. We are close to J.C., my sister lives down the street from the market, but it’s still rare that I can go. 

I usually try to go when my sister is teaching a craft class at her friends shop called Kanibal Home. The keyword in that sentence is “try”. Even when I’m in town on the right night I usually still miss it because parking takes forever, the lines are crazy long and then I’ll miss the class I’m taking. Last night though everything went perfectly! We found 2 parking spots right away. (One picking up my sis and one in front of our friends shop). Since we were early from not circling for 1 hour looking for parking I left everyone at the store and speed walked to the market. The market wasn’t there but the Cinnamon Snail still showed up! Thank goodness because I was starving! 


The line also wasn’t as long as other lines I’ve encountered there. I’ve waited 30 minutes to order and just as long or longer to get my food. Its worth it though! 

For dinner I chose an old favorite of mine the Lemongrass 5-Spice Seitan. It has curried cashews and wasabi mayo among other things. Its incredible! 

I really wanted to pick up some donuts, especially a creme brule donut, but by the time I got there all the donuts I wanted were sold out. Most of the pastry case was empty. It was quite a sad sight. I decided to try 3 new pastries that I haven’t ordered from them before. 

Berry and cheese Danish from the cinnamon snail. #vegan #inkstainedhands

First up for the pastries was a berry and cheese danish. I had it as a late night snack when I came home from the class with ink stained hands. It was really good! I never was a fan of Danishes in my pre-vegan day’s. I love them now though!

Pear Turnover w. Lavender from the Cinnamon Snail. #vegan

Breakfast today was a Pear Turnover with Lavender.  This was even better then the danish above. I was wondering what they did to get the lavender flavor that was so prominent, in a good way, so I opened the danish up and saw actual lavender flowers mixed in with the pear filling. I’ll definitely be buying this again.

Raspberry Chocolate Danish-The Cinnamon Snail.

The one pastry I haven’t eaten yet is a Chocolate Raspberry Danish. I’m sure it’s just as great as the other pastries I’ve eaten in the last 12 hours. :) I might even share it with my husband tonight after the kids are in bed. 

For anyone visiting NYC or NJ if you have a chance to eat from The Cinnamon Snail please do. You will not regret it. They are amazing! You also need to visit my friends Kristen’s shop in JC called Kanibal Home. She stocks it with amazing refurbished vintage furniture, clothes and curiosities among other things. 

8 Comments on VeganMoFo: The Cinnamon Snail

  1. Veganopoulous
    September 26, 2014 at 10:28 AM (8 years ago)

    I see the Cinnamon Snail on so many blogs and it looks great. The pear lavender turnover sounds good, I have all those ingredients and hopefully I can make something edible :P

    • JENNA
      September 26, 2014 at 10:38 AM (8 years ago)

      I definitely want to try to recreate it at home. I have most of the ingredients. I think I just need pears.

      I’m really looking forward to their cookbook being released.

  2. Kip
    September 26, 2014 at 12:19 PM (8 years ago)

    I’ve heard nothing but good things about Cinnamon Snail! I’m gagging to go one day.

  3. Kelly G.
    September 27, 2014 at 7:42 PM (8 years ago)

    Everything looks so good! I would cry over an empty donut case though. Total meltdown. I loves me some donuts.

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