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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2010
New York City has every kind of restaurant imaginable, from Albanian to Zambian. A French family of restaurateurs of Romanian and Vietnamese ancestry will soon enter this international mix. They will serve the American hamburger. But although the burger is a perennial favorite, their restaurant will be on a busy street corner with a history of failed restaurants. Some say the location is jinxed, but as VOA New York Correspondent Peter Fedynsky reports, the family has taken precautions to avoid the worst.