Suffolk County has seen about 42,000 cases thus far. But its status as a relaxing respite from the First annual WKRP turkey drop with Les Nessman November 22 1978 vintage shirt Apart from…,I will love this urban grind is hitting new heights as a population straining under lockdown for almost four months seeks to stretch its summer legs at a drive-to destination with looser restrictions than that of the city. (Indoor dining, albeit at reduced capacity, began in late June.) And with this, comes tension: Plenty of businesses depend on seasonal visitors, but more people means a higher chance of transmission. Illegal gatherings notwithstanding, hotels and restaurants are trying to strike the delicate balance between safety and summer fun. In any other year, Gurney’s in Montauk, and its cabanas, would be the place for a twentysomething’s beach day party, its outdoor deck in demand for weddings or corporate retreats. I have also learned that just an air of confidence can change how people see you. Just about wherever I have worked, people assume I’m either the owner or the top manager. Its just how I carry myself. Although it does backfire if taken too far, some think I’m snobby without even speaking with me. Confidence takes some trial and error along with experience. Have fun with it. Last, it may just be your friends and you need different ones, but it’s not a bad thing to ask for feedback. You keep acting the same way. You may think that you are trying something new or that you’ve tried everything but there is probably one fundamental thing that you haven’t changed. Perhaps you don’t know what it is? Try asking someone and listen to what they have to say. You keep going for the wrong type/category of person. Let’s face it, the world isn’t fair. We aren’t all born beautiful or rich or with amazing gifts of gab. Maybe you are trying to get someone who is “out of your league”. If that is the case, there isn’t much you can do about it. You can try to fake being rich but those who are born that way will not be fooled. You can’t do much at all if you just plain ugly sorry, better work on that personality. Consider that it’s not that they don’t like you, it issss that they don’t like themselves and you may be reflecting that for them they see how inept they are and therefore stand around and go oh no I don’t really want to look at myself so I don’t like you. Its COVID-19 era clientele, however? “We’re really surprised and pleased that it’s made up, almost entirely, of families coming out of the city,” Gurney’s owner, George Filopoulos, said. “A lot [of them] had been otherwise planning to go to Europe, and now don’t want to travel.” Filopoulos said he has had guests make reservations for weeks, and even a month, echoing the larger hospitality trend of long-term hotel stays. And the days of parties on the beach are long in the past: “There’s no compression in the Hamptons this year. In other words, if you’re here, you have a reservation,” he said. Meanwhile, restaurant owner Zach Erdem said he wants to create his version of “Mykonos” in Southampton. That goal may be slightly out of reach: He’s been following what’s happening in Florida, where restaurants and bars have been overrun, social distancing rules flouted and, as a result, COVID-19 cases spiked.
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And, he assures me, he does not want to be Miami. Plus, his restaurant, 75 Main, is a mile from the First annual WKRP turkey drop with Les Nessman November 22 1978 vintage shirt Apart from…,I will love this water. But what Erdem really means is he wants a good vibe, one where a restaurant transforms into a table-dancing hotspot as the evening goes on, made possible in the age of social distancing by creating something of a block party. (Which may, in fact, be possible: In late June, Southampton voted to try out a pilot program where its Main Street—on which 75 Main is located—is pedestrian only.) So he’s hired a DJ to play on the pavement, and put his tables eight feet apart. As the night goes on and the liquor flows, he hopes the atmosphere will escalate: “I want people to feel like they are in a nightclub. Where they can dance and no one will bother you.” How’s that going so far? “We had Paris Hilton recently,” he boasted. One evening, he even brought in a fire dancer. All you can do is be who you are. That’s all anyone should do, but some people pretend to be something they aren’t. If you feel like people are not paying attention to you, then let them see your personality and get to know you better. If you feel shy about doing that, just get past it and act the way you want to be. That’s not pretending to be something you are not, it’s just being the ideal version of yourself. Be you, but the best you that you can be. And show them how great that person is. Have you ever thought that you may be in the wrong crowd or group trying to fit in? Be yourself and continue to find the right clique. At times just being yourself instead of living on others’ affection, is not a bad option either. When people can’t get drinks sex or drugs from you they have no time. Not to say there’s a ulterior motive to friendships,but more so than ever with alot more people to meet and greet. To begin with there isn’t a hell or a heaven up there or down anywhere! All these are a phantom imaginations of those who have advocated a religion – every religion on earth is man-made – to instil fear or seek importance from people to follow the religious beliefs advocated by him! Some less fiery, yet pandemic-era changes? At Nick and Toni’s in East Hampton, people are encouraged to look at menus using their phones—although a single-use paper one can be provided upon request. In addition, New York City hot spots, such as Carbone, have set up their own outposts out in the East End, as their high-end clientele eschews their city townhouses for extended stays in the country. Over in Montauk, local Leif Engstrom is not going to lie: Earlier in this summer, life at the End was awesome. “The beaches were quiet, the ocean was quiet, the town was quiet,” he said. Fast-forward three weeks to the end of June, and Montauk, he said, felt like “it had an influx of people.”