GET UP! GET OUT! ENJOY!
A person’s got to eat, right? New
York City’s Phase 4 of reopening
does not include indoor dining
anywhere within the city limits. But
that hasn’t stopped Buffy’s from get-ting
creative and setting up a lovely
tent area outside, complete with
comfortable tables and chairs—all
appropriately distanced, of course.
The restaurant is open from 11am
until 8pm daily.
And don’t forget the courtyard
Snack Bar, which is now open
to customers as well. It’s open
Tuesday through Sunday from
11am until 3pm for self-service,
with tables reserved for patrons
to sit in the courtyard for a snack
or light lunch.
BY JILL DAVIS
North Shore Towers is un-usually
AROUND THE GROUNDS
You may know (but maybe not)
that North Shore Towers sits on the
highest point of land in Queens,
almost 260 feet above sea level.
You may say, “So what?” but this
unique vantage point offers some
Resident Tony Sapienza really digs
Just one of the many beautiful trees in the garden
What a view!
fortunate to have
loads of outdoor space
and amenities that residents can
safely participate in, right here
on the property. Yes, there are
guidelines in place, but that’s for
everyone’s safety, and they don’t
diminish the fact that the Towers
offers fantastic activities for fun
and some welcome relief. There
is truly something for everyone,
even in this unusual time. So get
up, get out, and enjoy!
Outdoor dining is all set up!
Time to play a round!
Working on my putt…
Maria Termini-Miller takes a
break at the Sunset Grille
GOLF & WALKING
Naturally avid golfers were happy to see the course open for play.
However, if you’re not into playing a round, remember that the Back 9
holes are open each day before 9am and after 5pm for walkers--and you
don’t have to be a Country Club member to take advantage!
spectacular views. So if you haven’t
taken a stroll around the grounds
lately, be sure to treat yourself soon.
And don’t forget the beautiful gar-den,
which provides a connection
to nature and its calming effects
(which we could all use right about
16 NORTH SHORE TOWERS COURIER ¢ August 2020