The croissant may be the pastry most particular to Paris, but San Francisco has taken its own equally-inspired spin on this buttery baked treat. Often best served wrapped in brown paper and hot out of the oven, there's no optimal time of day to enjoy a croissant. Whether eaten as breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert, a croissant is a versatile delicacy that is always appetizing.
These bakeries offer every rendition of the French pastry, from savory to sweet, and classic or creative. No matter what, they’re all flaky, excellent versions.
Still can't find your pastry fix? This round up of all of San Francisco's most popular morning pastries might point you in the right direction.Read More