LifestylePets Toast's dog-friendly Hamptons guide: The Instagram celeb's favorite, glamorous East End spots By Melissa Kravitz email@example.com Updated June 29, 2016 12:03 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Life is ruff for a famous dog. Luxe weddings at the High Line Hotel, long weekend trips to the Hamptons... OK, who are we kidding? We'd trade places with Toast (@toastmeetsworld) faster than she can fetch (a probably very expensive) designer dog toy. Toast's official guide to the Hamptons, "ToastHampton," debuted on May 24, but Toast and her mom gave us a special preview of the pup's most cherished beachside spots. From SoulCycle to Hampton Coffee Company to Topping Rose House, this basic female dog knows her way around the Hamptons. Here are a few of her favorite spots. Blade Photo Credit: ToastHampton If you're not getting to the Hamptons in style, don't even bother going. Toast is all about Blade, the Uber-like helicopter service that takes you from midtown Manhattan to the Hamptons. Anyone can download the Blade app and book a seat for you and your four-pawed friend. Prices start at $495 per seat. Get details at flyblade.com. Moby's Photo Credit: ToastHampton "I know, I know ... kale salad is very 2014, but the way Moby's does it, it will feel like the first time," Toast said via human translator. A Tuscan kale salad with garlic-anchovy dressing goes for $16 at this Hamptons hot spot. 341 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton, 631-527-5388, mobysny.com Sant Ambroeus Photo Credit: ToastHampton Sant Ambroeus, a small Italian chain, has New York City locations, but nothing beats a gelato outside while relaxing in your hot pink polo. 30 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-1233. For more sweets, Toast is also a fan of the cookies at Tate's Bake Shop (not really for dogs, but they are gluten-free). 43 N. Sea Rd., Southampton, tatesbakeshop.com "If you make it all the way out to Montauk, head to St. Peter's Catch for the fish tacos ... you will thank me later," said Toast. Ralph Lauren Photo Credit: ToastHampton Toast can be seen in Ralph Lauren all summer and throughout the pages of "ToastHampton." Needless to say, Toast is a big shopper. "My friends and I love to go to the Ralph Lauren store in East Hampton to pick up a few bright cashmere cable knits for the season ... plus, we always run into someone else that's famous!" 32 Main St., East Hampton, ralphlauren.com Last summer, Toast was also a fan of the Stubbs & Wootton East Hampton pop-up shop. Human paws fit better into the Palm Beach-based designer's signature slippers, but someone has to take the dog for a walk. Meschutt Beach Photo Credit: ToastHampton "Hit up the beach to hang out with other dogs!" Toast said. "I love to go off leash before 9." Meschutt Beach is just off Exit 66 on Sunrise Highway. Another relaxing spot for Toast is Southampton Golf Range, which offers batting cages, mini-golf and no dog-sized golf clubs. 668 County Rd. 39, Southampton, 631-283-2158, southamptongolfrange.com By Melissa Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic 16 city dogs to follow immediately We've found the cutest, weirdest and feistiest canines in the city. Paw-ty time: Toast and Finn's High Line Hotel nuptialsThe bride looked fetching with her Vera Wang leash. Toast and Finn plan doggone good weddingYou're invited! Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.