Detroit, MI

Check out where you can get delicious croissants in Detroit

Sherrie Williams

DETROIT, MI - Croissant, a crescent-shaped pastry in the shape of the Turk's Islamic emblem, the crescent moon, is one of the famous types of pastries in the world. This originally French pastry is the best match for a coffee. Find out where you can get the best croissants in Detroit below.

1. Narrow Way Cafe & Shop

Narrow Way Cafe & Shop serves varieties of daily baked goods, and one of their famous ones are its croissants. Butter croissant, prosciutto & parmesan croissant, and chocolate croissant, you can get them all here from $3.5 to $5.15.

Address: 19331 Livernois, Detroit, MI 48221

Phone: (313) 397-7727


2. Cannelle Detroit

Cannelle has brought joy and access to fine French pastries, bread, and baked goods to Detroit. It offers more than 20 types of croissants like pepper walnut blue cheese, bacon and greyer cheese, zaatar, asiago cheese, walnut, apricot, and many more. Its plain croissants come in small and large sizes.

Address: 45 W Grand River, Detroit, MI 48226

Phone: (313) 694-9767


3. Avalon International Breads

Avalon offers two types of croissants, classic and fancy pants croissants. The classic croissants include plain, chocolate, almond, while the fancy pants ones are sunshine bun and Reuben roll. Sunshine bun consists of orange, ginger, turmeric, and the Reuben roll is made with swiss, corned beef & kraut

Address: 422 W Willis St, Detroit, MI 48201

Phone: (313) 832-0008


4. Astoria Pastry Shop

Astoria Pastry Shop has won numerous awards over the years and is widely regarded as the best bakery in the Detroit area. Astoria offers ham & cheese and turkey and cheese croissants, and you can purchase both of them for $4.50 each.

Address: 320 South Main, Royal Oak, MI 48067

Phone: (248) 582-9220


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