Relax in Fire Island's Kismet beach community

Kismet on Fire Island is known for its

Kismet on Fire Island is known for its hospitality and its great food.

KISMET - News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell is checking out some Fire Island spots that are all about fun. 

Today's 12 Weeks of Summer segment takes us to Kismet. 

The westernmost beach community on Fire Island is known for its hospitality and its great food served at two family friendly seaside restaurants The Inn and Surf's Out.

Cars are not allowed in Kismet, but you can explore the island on a bicycle. It's a short distance from the Fire Island Lighthouse and Robert Moses.

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