The Napoleon here is amazing. I try to stop in and order one when I'm in the area because it's just that good. I'm not a huge pastry fan either, but there's something about this bakery that makes you want to try everything! I've also had their croissants and macaroons - very tasty! It's always pretty crowded with tourists, but ...
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