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To the Poll: How Long Would You Wait in Line for Food?
People are waiting hours for cronuts. How long would you queue for Washington’s best? By Anna Spiegel
Comments () | Published July 3, 2013

This morning, Eater National posted a pretty insane picture of people standing in line for hours to buy the trademarked cronuts from Dominique Ansel bakery in New York City. The croissant-doughnut hybrids have been selling like, well, cronuts (who orders hotcakes anymore?), and the bakery now suggests lining up two hours prior to its 8 AM opening for a chance at the pastries. (Note: There’s a two-per-person limit.)

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