Move over, doughnuts! The latest bakery treat to sweep the nation is the classic croissant— all dressed up with oddball flavors and Crayola-bright colors.
Mr. Holmes Bakehouse (San Francisco, Los Angeles)
Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, with outposts in San Francisco and Los Angeles, is an Instagram darling, thanks to its to fun-loving croissants (matcha, churro) and viral Cruffin (flaky croissant layers baked in a muffin mold).
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Supermoon Bakehouse (New York City)
At Supermoon Bakehouse, you can find pumped-up crescents like the Banana Split, which features a core of caramelized fruit and a crown of gold leaf. “The croissant is something that hadn’t changed for such a long time,” says Supermoon co-owner Aron Tzimas. “It was ripe for it.”
Union Fare (New York City)
Union Fare has also made a splash in New York with cheeky flavors like red velvet and birthday cake.
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West Town Bakery (Chicago)
In the Windy City, West Town Bakery debuted its Cereal Bowl Croissants last year, each loaded with cereal-infused cream and decorated with Fruity Pebbles or Cocoa Puffs.