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Nov 9, 2007 05:38 AM

Croissant in Park Slope

Where would anyone suggest to find a really good croissant( plain, almond, chocolate) in Park Slope, delicious, flaky, buttery the real deal

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  1. Its more in the Prospect Heights area, but Joyce on Vanderbilt has delicious croissants in many different varieties.

    1. There's a tiny French bakery called Parco (on 7th Ave, around 14th St.) that has good croissants. The patisserie on 9th St (betw. 5th & 6th Ave--I forget the name) is supposed to be good as well.

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      1. re: BklynBlaise

        I tried the almon croissant at Parco this morning and wasn'tcrazy about it but I will def try their plain and chocolate and the other place

        1. re: parkerbk

          I think the other one is called Colson Patisserie. I would also try Sweet Melissa, although the prices are a bit high.

          1. re: parkslopemama

            went sweet melissas yesterday and the almond croissant was so yummy.

            1. re: parkslopemama

              is colson the one right on the corner ? with the cafe tables outside? if so i love that place! they make a mean thing with chocolate in the center its outrageous

              1. re: MaxAvery

                Colson is at the corner of 9th St. & 6th Ave. They make a pretty good pain chocolat.

                1. re: Woodside Al

                  yeah what im talking about is not a croissant but an almond meal cookie with chocolate ganache in it. THATS outrageous

        2. Colson is the best, but Cousin John's on 7th and Berkeley makes a mean almond croissant if you can get there before they run out in the mornings.

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          1. re: hautepanda

            I also enjoy the whole wheat croissants (sounds boring, but yummy) at Cousin John's.