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Milk Bar's Thanksgiving Croissant Marks the Official Start of the Holiday Season in NYC

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It's the day after Halloween which means that Momofuku Milk Bar is serving its unusual holiday creation once again.

[A Milk Bar croissant from the East Village location.]
[A Milk Bar croissant from the East Village location.]

David Chang hates turkey. But Christina Tosi and her squad love to wrap it in celery-salt-flecked croissant dough with cranberry sauce and gravy. This pastry is ferocious. It's weird and heavy and exceptionally dense. One of them is big enough for a full meal, and you can easily eat it while walking down the street, Sietsema-style. Earlier today, a staffer at the East Village location explained that they hit the menu earlier this week, and they will be available at all Milk Bar outposts till a few days after Thanksgiving. Here's a glimpse at how they're made:

Momofuku Milk Bar

251 East 13th Street, New York, NY 10003

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