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The view entering Cupsogue Beach. (Credit: Trish Minogue Collins)

8 A.M. Have brunch at Flora, a New American restaurant (149 Main St.). You can go for sweet, like the berry French toast or pomegranate avocado toast, or savory, including latkes and lox and short rib hash. Don’t forget to indulge in a breakfast cocktail, such as a mimosa or Bellini.

10 A.M. Hit the shops on and around Main Street. Good Westhampton (108-141 Main St.) has home decor, sweets, stationery and other gift items. Boutique clothing store Chic (93 Main St.) has a selection of high-end women’s clothing and TOLA (128 Main St.) offers beachy clothing and accessories perfect for the summer season.

NOON Head to the Village Green (9-1 Beach Road) and peruse the farmers market, which runs Saturdays through December.

2 P.M. Walk along Cupsogue Beach (975 Dune Road) and enjoy the white sand and crystalline waters right off Dune Road.

5 P.M. Westhampton Beach Brewing Co. (220 Roger’s Way Suite I) has a nice selection of original beers, including the Hurricane IPA, Jetty 4 Lager and more. Also be sure to check out the new Dune Road hard seltzer, available in mojito and piña colada flavors.

6 P.M. The Patio at 54 Main (54 Main St.) is a trendy and tasty dinner spot. You’ll find a raw bar, extensive seafood menu, steaks, pasta, craft cocktails and more.

8 P.M. See a show at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (76 Main St.). This summer’s lineup includes comedian Tracy Morgan, musicians Lyle Lovett and Taj Mahal and many others.

STAYING OVER? Where better to stay than on luxurious Dune Road? The Ocean Resort at Bath & Tennis (231 Dune Road) has an outdoor pool, tiki bar, spa with treatment services and both casual and chic rooms.