Best Cinnamon Rolls in Vegas


As the owner of Homies Cinnamon Rolls in Las Vegas, Nevada, Harold D. Rose, draws on a lifetime of experience. Starting out mowing neighbors’ lawns and washing their cars at the age of 8, he soon realized he wanted to have his own business. Harold served in the US Navy and worked as an entertainer in San Diego, before opening his Homies Cinnamon Rolls in Nevada. 

He has a contract with San Diego Padres Stadium and has signed one in Las Vegas with the Raiders. Homies has earned two feature mentions from Baking and Buying magazine, which has also ranked the company in top place, above the well-known Cinnabon brand. ESPN honored him in its five-star Treat to Eat rating.  

I stopped in to see this place, less than a mile from my home, and was so happy I did. There at 7 a.m., Harold was rolling out huge batches of dough; Harold was cooking for an army, even in these tough times. The restaurant had all 4-person seating, very well-spaced if you wish to eat in. Up until the summer, Harold was serving breakfast and lunch but now has cut back. 

Homies has sponsored the San Diego Chargers’ blood drive as well as fundraising efforts by the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Las Vegas charities that Homies Cinnamon Rolls has been involved with include: Chet Buchanan 98.5 FM KLUC in the radio drive, donating bikes every year. Also, Homies baked and donated cinnamon rolls for comedian Brad Garrett Celebrity Poker tournament benefiting “Hope Charity”.

All of his rolls are amazingly delicious. They include standard, apple cinnamon, raisin cinnamon, pecan pleasure, and fruit buns. A 6 pack to go is $18 and a 12 pack goes for $33. Everything is fresh, reasonably priced, ready for eat in or pick-up, and plenty of parking in front. As soon as Covid lets up, be sure to go in for a great meal.

Located at 3035 E. Tropicana Ave, in the Walmart Shopping complex. 702-433-0839 to place an order.