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You Can Now Have a Legit Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Put on your little black dress and step inside the Blue Box Café!
You Can Now Have a Legit Breakfast at Tiffany’s
IMAGE Tiffany & Co.
Put on your little black dress and step inside the Blue Box Café!

Ever dreamed of channeling Holly Golightly and having breakfast at Tiffany’s? Well, now you can! And FYI, we don’t just mean standing in front of the store and looking at the window display while munching on a croissant (although recreating this iconic scene from Audrey Hepburn’s beloved movie is always welcome)—we really, literally mean having breakfast at Tiffany’s.

IMAGE Tiffany & Co.

Located on the fourth floor of Tiffany & Co.'s newly renovated Fifth Avenue flagship store in New York, the Blue Box Café is the luxury jewelry company’s first ever retail dining concept. It officially opens to the public today, November 10, so if you find yourself in the Big Apple while reading this (or, you know, anytime soon), then lucky you!

It’s basically a slice of Tiffany blue paradise, with everything inside—from the walls and chairs to the plates and salt and pepper shakers—dominated by the brand’s signature shade and opulent accents of silver. Ah, so pretty!

IMAGE Tiffany & Co.

IMAGE Tiffany & Co.

Now that it’s been established that this café is hands down Instagram-worthy, let’s move on to the other pressing concern: the food. For $29, there’s a choice of avocado toast, truffled eggs, or a smoked salmon bagel with schmear. According to Vanity Fair, there’s also a small cake available for $36—“it’s a Tiffany box with glossy blue icing and a big, white confectionary bow.” Sounds fancy. (And quite pricey for a “small cake” tbh, but whatever—we’ll take one, please!)

IMAGE Tiffany & Co.

The freshly renovated floor also houses the brand’s new Home & Accessories collection featuring “elevated everyday objects, as well as a baby boutique, sterling silver hollowware, a selection of vintage books curated by Assouline, and a Tiffany fragrance laboratory.” Reed Krakoff, chief artistic officer of Tiffany & Co. said in a statement, “Both the café and redesign of the Home & Accessories floor reflect a modern luxury experience. The space is experimental and experiential–a window into the new Tiffany.”

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Now who wants to book a flight with us to NYC to have breakfast at Tiffany’s? While you're at it, don't forget to pack a little black dress!

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