Audrey Hepburn lovers rejoice!
Tiffany & Co. will open an eatery on the fourth floor of their flagship Fifth Avenue location, the Blue Box Cafe, that will serve as a time capsule of the classic 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The cafe, set to open November 10, will serve a full breakfast menu including coffee and croissants (an ode to Holly Golightly herself), buttermilk waffles, avocado toast and smoked salmon bagels.
The jeweler introduced the “retail dining concept” earlier this week as it unveiled the renovation that had been kept under wraps. The highly anticipated restaurant will be covered in that signature Tiffany blue, from the color of the walls to the plush 60s-inspired chairs, plates, and salt-and- pepper-shakers.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s will cost you a solid $29, while their prix-fixe lunch and tea combination could cost you a price tag of over $80.
According to the press release, the “simple menu — which will change and evolve through the seasons — is a refined take on signature New York dishes, reinvented to be uniquely Tiffany.”
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