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Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church Bazaar
Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church Bazaar

How snug was the seating? The already small church kitchen, which I found down a flight of stairs, past a walkway hung with racks of used clothing, and through the far door of a thrift shop, doubled as the dining room during the bazaar. Fortunately, the company was amiable, and the food was homemade — literally, by various ladies of the congregation in their own home kitchens. Stuffed peppers ($3); apricot cookies ($2).

Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church Bazaar
25-36 37th St. (Astoria Blvd.-28th Ave.), Astoria, Queens
September (the 2012 bazaar was held September 29-30)

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