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is there stuff to do on thanksgiving in nyc?

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Guest jmatsu

okay...

do you really want me to ask or not?

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Sohotel's about $233 a night plus taxes 'round Thanksgiving. Soho grand's great, but it's about $300 plus taxes for the same break.

I'll keep lookin'. My brother's got a crappy nyu apt there, but he's living with a fob and the floor is the only free space really.

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Sohotel's about $233 a night plus taxes 'round Thanksgiving. Soho grand's great, but it's about $300 plus taxes for the same break.

I'll keep lookin'. My brother's got a crappy nyu apt there, but he's living with a fob and the floor is the only free space really.

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^ Macy's Thanksgiving Parade, santa ends the parade... which pretty much marks the start of Sales/Christmas shopping

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There were stores open and there were some decent sales on Thanksgiving (though I only checked department stores that day, not sure about boutiques).

Go eat thanksgiving dinner at Chumley's..........set price menu, great food, awesome old bar.

http://nymag.com/listings/bar/chumleys/

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i want to buy some trendy clothes in soho though

stores like supreme

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people have to eat turkey. most stores= closed.

open stores= pissed they are not eating turkey.

same goes for toll booth and transit workers=surly

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