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In the unlikeliest of neighborhoods—surrounded by fast food chains, corporate offices and Broadway’s shining theaters—sits Chez Napoleon, a charming French restaurant that has been family-run since 1960. From its 40-seat capacity and walls cluttered with aged artwork and jigsaws to its firmly traditional French fare (complete with Grand-Mere Marguerite stopping by to make certain her patrons are happy), this tucked-away restaurant in the heart of New York City transports you to the heart of France.