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Gay bars in Queens: where to party in Jackson Heights
New York City is jam-packed with restaurants—some immensely lavish, others delightfully laidback and quirky—and a great variety of them are located in the borough of Queens , just a short ride on the 7 or F train from Manhattan. Home to bustling neighborhoods like Astoria, Queens has many restaurants that will remain open over the Thanksgiving holiday, offering special, prix-fixe menus of traditional turkey and unique takes on festive staples. Some will provide to-go Thanksgiving meals only, and the ones whose dining rooms are open have limited space, so it's best to book your feast as early as possible—preferably in early November. Bubba's Bistro is a laidback bar and restaurant in Astoria that serves some of New York City's most traditional down-home, Southern cooking. On Thanksgiving, that means apple chutney and biscuits on the side of your usual green beans, mashed potatoes, and roast turkey.
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