NEW YORK —The stagehand strike that darkened many of this city’s Broadway theaters starting Nov. 10 turned the Thanksgiving holiday week into a sales turkey for restaurateurs whose businesses are fueled by tourists and theater-goers who dine out before heading off to shows, neighborhood operators said. But a temporary discount-dining program, increased attention to costs and continued support from regular customers were helping many ...
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