At this time, The Bristal communities are not allowing any visitors as a precaution to help protect residents and staff. However, we would still love to connect with you and take you on a virtual tour of our community. Simply fill out the schedule a visit form as usual and select a date and time that works best for you. For now, we’ll connect online, walk you through our beautiful common spaces, and answer any questions you may have about life at The Bristal. We look forward to “meeting” you soon!
The Bristal at Lake Grove provides the perfect balance of care and independence in an assisted living community. From independent living to Reflections – a secured neighborhood dedicated to residents with Alzheimer’s and other memory impairments – the level of senior care that residents experience is outstanding in every way. With a full activities calendar and an array of luxurious amenities and services, you’ll never find a dull day at The Bristal at Lake Grove.
Located in lovely Suffolk County, the community is situated just minutes from Long Island’s historic Three Village Area. The town of Lake Grove is a special place because of its proximity to so many wonderful locations and attractions. The expansive Smith Haven Mall is in walking distance, and Middle Country Road (Route 25) offers endless shopping and dining options. Stony Brook University and its Hospital Center are only minutes away, along with the Historic Stony Brook Village and scenic Nissequogue River Preserve. The LIRR and the Northern State Parkway are both conveniently close, and MacArthur Airport is less than 10 miles away.
Chef’s Table: The Bristal at Lake Grove’s Amanda Arnold Shares Her Stuffed Pepper Recipe
Chef’s table is an occasional series highlighting the talented chefs from The Bristal Assisted Living communities. Today we are featuring Amanda Arnold, Director of Food Service for The Bristal at Lake Grove.
Grandparents Day in Lake Grove
Here in Lake Grove we had an incredible time celebrating Grandparents Day! There was not a dry eye in the crowd or in the cars during our family car parade in Lake Grove. Decorated cars, homemade signs, confetti, and car horns, were among the ways […]