Why have an ordinary Sunday when you can spend it at a beach-themed bar? Every Sunday starting at 11 AM we have a bottomless brunch and DJ, where you can enjoy great food and dance under the stars. For just 40 dollars, you can enjoy a drink (Sangria, Screwdriver or Bloody Mary) with an entree.

Enjoy nightlife of the Caribbean Islands without having to leave Long Island! From dancing to the best hits of the summer to indulging in great tasting mixed drinks and food, what could be better on an ordinary Sunday? Surf’s Out is not only a restaurant but has an outdoor area for dancing and parties, right alongside the beach.

So this time, do something out of the ordinary on a Sunday. From being voted the best are on Fire Island, we are sure you are going to have a good time. With live entertainment and an outdoor courtyard for fun beach parties, bring your friends and come kick off the summer 2017 season with Surf’s Out!

The recent Fire Island event on May 6th, the “I Love my Park Day of Service”, encouraged people in the community to lend a helping hand to the New York State Parks. In order to preserve the beautiful New York parks, volunteers are always needed to help out and bring along a friend. Community service is encouraged to not only help out local place in your community, but to also benefit from physical and mental rewards including: stress reduction and making your healthier by encouraging optimism.

Projects hosted this day were hosted at four Seashore locations. The event went from 9 AM to 2 PM, and registration was required. The location was at the Fire Island National Seashore Sailors Have Visitor Center. Volunteers were able to gain professional experience, that looks great on resumes and job applications. These events help our volunteer’s self esteem and personal growth.

Besides making a big difference in your community, you will learn a lot of different skills. By working with non-profit agencies, you may learn more about how the government works. You will be able to preserve community resources by helping out. You are also given a sense of civic responsibility, to come together with your community and help local places or people in need.