The only bakery that sells the official cronut is the Dominique Ansel Bakery in New York City. The actual term "cronut" is a registered trademark of this bakery, and their product is the only one allowed to use the name.
A cronut is a croissant-doughnut hybrid that combines the shape and sweetness of a donut with the texture and airiness of a croissant. Although the Dominique Ansel Bakery is the only bakery allowed to use the term "cronut," many bakeries across the country make similar products. In New York City alone there are several bakeries known for their unique versions of the cronut. Mille-Feuille sells "The French Donut," Le Petite Bakery has "The Squat," and the Chikalicious Dessert Club makes a baked version that they call "The Doughssant."