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28 Croissants To Eat At Montreal’s $1 Croissant Festival 2017

Flaky, crispy, buttery happiness.

True story: croissants are bae. There's nothing like biting into a fresh, hot, crispy, buttery, soft, flaky croissant for breakfast... or lunch. Or snack. Or always. Whatever, friends. No judgement.

READ ALSO: Best Bagels In Montreal

If you're as addicted to croissants as I am, then I've got some awesome news for you. Montreal's La Fete Du Croissant 2017 is fast approaching, and should be this year on May 6. All artisan croissants sold at certain places will sell for $1; and if you're curious as to where this is going down, then no worries. I got you.

La Miche Dorée

937 Rue Bélanger

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Le Pain dans les Voiles - de Castelnau

357 Rue de Castelnau E

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Boulangerie Mr. Pinchot

4354 Rue de Brébeuf

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La Petite Boulangerie

1412 Rue Fleury E

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Marius et Fanny - St-Denis

4439 Rue Saint-Denis

Les Co'pains d'abord - Rachel

418 Rue Rachel E

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Pâtisserie de Nancy

5655 Av de Monkland

Le P'tit Atelier

93 Rue Rachel O

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Pâtisserie chez De Gaulle

231 Rue Saint Viateur O

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Les Co'pains d'abord - Mont-Royal

418 Rue Rachel E

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Les délices d'Amandine

2181 Rue Sainte-Catherine E

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La Boutique Arhoma

15 Place Simon-Valois

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Marie Pain - Pointe-aux-Trembles

13076 Rue Sherbrooke E

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Marie Pain - Sherbrooke

8990 Rue Sherbrooke E

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Pâtisserie de l'Île-Bizard

100 Boulevard Jacques-Bizard

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Pâtisserie de la Gare

24 Avenue Westminster N

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