You literally can have Breakfast at Tiffany's. Here's how

Randall Padilla
November 12, 2017

TIFFANY, T&CO., TIFFANY & CO., the color and mark TIFFANY BLUE are trademarks of Tiffany and Company and its affiliates.

Since Audrey Hepburn first appeared on the silver screen while daintily eating a croissant in front of the upscale jeweler decades ago, many have fantasized about enjoying a similar meal while staring at diamonds.

The Blue Box Café, located on the recently-redesigned fourth floor of the brand's flagship store, overlooks the bottom of Central Park, and is just as swanky as you'd imagine. As Tiffany & Co. put it, the café serves "American classics made with the highest quality, regionally sourced ingredients". The first two can definitely be found at their NY flagship store, and now so can the third thing.

The new additions are "yet another reason to visit our new fourth floor", Tiffany's vice president and creative director, Richard Moore, told the magazine.

According to Vanity Fair, diners at the Blue Box Cafe can enjoy simple, signature NY dishes. Even the salt and pepper shakers come in white and Tiffany blue.

If you're after a little more than just breakfast, cakes and patisserie start at $36 (£27), while the Fifth Avenue Salad comes topped with lobster and afternoon tea is an obvious highlight. Breakfast is prix fixe set at $29 per person and lunch is $39.

Having breakfast at Tiffany's is no longer simply a dream for the Holly Golightlys of the world, as a new restaurant has just opened at the jewelry store's flagship location in NY.

If a fully fledged tea is more your thing, join your friends for a selection of finger sandwiches and candies accompanied by an array of Bellocq teas for $49 per person.

But unlike character Holly Golightly, shoppers can now dine within the shop.

Other reports by AllAboutTopnews

Discuss This Article