Whether you don't feel like cooking this Thanksgiving or are scurrying around for last minute supplies, local businesses won't let you down.
Here are some businesses that will be open on Thanksgiving for everything you need:
East Village Green Deli: The East Village Green Deli has been prepping for Thanksgiving orders since returning to work last week after Superstorm Sandy. Owner Rich DeSantis said the deli will be fully stocked with turkey, salads, hot dishes and dessert pies. The deli will be open Thursday from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.
H.R. Singleton's: Located in neighboring Bethpage, Singleton's Grill and Bar offers patrons a great family dinner without the hassle of cooking all day. A three course dinner menu features a soup or salad of your choice and an array of main course entrees to choose from including Festive Roast Turkey, Chicken Tomassao, Rigatoni and Shrimp Ala Vodka, Roast Loin of Pork, Boneless Prime Rib and Lobster Stuffed Flounder. Dessert choices include cheesecake, pumpkin pie and apple crisp, and a children's menu is available as well.
King Kullen:King Kullen, located at the corner of Gardiners Avenue and Hempstead Turnpike will be open Thanksgiving Day from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. As a full service supermarket, King Kullen can cater to all your last minute needs for Thanksgiving dinner and dessert.
Bageltown of Levittown:Bageltown of Levittown will be open bright and early Thanksgiving morning starting at 6 a.m. The deli will be serving breakfast and lunch through 1 p.m.
T.G.I Friday's:For a more casual atmosphere this holiday, T.G.I. Friday's is open for business. Whether you are looking for a dine-in dinner or a place to kick back with a drink during the football, Friday's is open for regular business hours from 11 a.m. until 2 a.m.
Target: For those who like to start shopping after dinner, Target of Levittown will open at 9 p.m. Thursday and stay open until 11 p.m. Friday night. Check here for a preview of Black Friday deals. www.target.com
Harp & Hammer: This new bar & grill is holding Thanksgiving buffet for out-of-state utility workers who won't be home for Thanksgiving, as well as Levittown and local families still without power or in need.
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