Here are 7 things you can do in Queens with that extra daylight savings hour on Sunday

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It’s time to fall back again, as this weekend, we’ll be turning the clocks back by an hour at 1 a.m. Sunday morning, Nov. 6. You could easily spend that extra hour asleep, but where’s the fun in that?

Here are seven places you can go to across the borough where you can use that time wisely:


1. Indoor Extreme Sports – 47 11 Van Dam Street, Long Island City, open until 1 a.m.

If you’re looking to get your adrenaline pumping, Indoor Extreme Sports is the place to be. Paintball, zombie laser tag and escape rooms are just some of the activities available on site, so you definitely won’t be bored.

2. Terraza 7 – 40-19 Gleane Street, Elmhurst, open until 4 a.m.

You don’t have to go all the way to Manhattan to hear some quality jazz. Terraza 7 has live music every night, and on Saturday night they’ll be featuring Radio Jarocho, an NYC band that plays music fashioned after the towns musicians and swampy countryside of Veracruz, Mexico, starting at 10 p.m. Come by and hang with local musicians, grab a drink and spend the night with some great music.

3. AMF 34th Avenue Lanes – 69-10 34th Avenue, Woodside, open until 2 a.m.

Who doesn’t love to go bowling? AMF 34th Avenue Lanes is the place to be for some late night bowling. The black light gives the lanes a cool, glowing look that will illuminate every pin you hit. If your hands get sore from rolling all those strikes and spares, grab a drink at the bar or head into the arcade and take a break.

4. Karaoke Shout – 32-46 Steinway Street, Astoria, open until 4 a.m.

As they say at Karaoke Shout, it sounds better when you sing it. Gather a group of your karaoke-loving friends and sing your hearts out to all of your favorite hits. This karaoke bar gets busy pretty quick, so you might want to make a reservation ahead of time.

5. Resorts World Casino New York City – 110-00 Rockaway Boulevard, Jamaica, open until 6 a.m.

Are you feeling lucky? Resorts World Casino is right up any gambler’s alley. Play games, grab a drink and check out the center stage for some live entertainment. You could literally spend all night at this casino, which you might have to do to win back some of the money you gambled away.

6. Cue Bar  45-18 Bell Boulevard, Bayside, open until 3:30 a.m.

If you’re into billiards, Cue Bar in Bayside is a place that you should check out. Cue Bar is bright and modern, giving that classic pool hall look an update. For those who aren’t a billiards fan, they have tables for ping pong, air hockey and beer pong available to their patrons. It’s a great place to chill for that extra hour of daylight savings with your friends.

7. Neir’s Tavern – 87-48 78th Street, Woodhaven, open until 2 a.m.

Built in 1829, Neir’s Tavern is a piece of history. The bar was used as a backdrop for a number of scenes in Martin Scorsese’s film “GoodFellas,”  but even though it’s been made famous it doesn’t lose it’s hometown bar feel. With their friendly staff and their fantastic beer and drink selection, you’ll want to stay all night.

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