Thrillist compiled an interactive map of cronut imitators
Well, this was inevitable: Now you can find out where to buy cronuts and copycat pastries around the world.
Mon Aug 19 2013
Screen shot via Thrillist
Just when you thought the cronut craze was maybe, sorta, kinda dying down a little bit, you're served with a crushing reminder of just how wrong you are. Cronut imitators have popped up all over New York City and beyond, and now, you can find all of 'em in one place.
Last week, Thrillist launched its interactive cronut-finding map, which lists more than a dozen pretenders to Dominique Ansel's sugar-dusted throne: Some of these pastries have been christened with equally terrible portmanteaued names like Crookie, Doughssant and Crullant, while others went with we're-not-even-trying monikers like the Do-Cro or the Kronut.
The copycats can be found as close to home as Mille-feuille Bakery Cafe (located mere blocks from Dominique Ansel), and as far away as Australia and Hong Kong. The only thing missing: wait times for each spot (but we're assuming nothing will top having to line up at 6am for the original).
(h/t New York Post)
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