Published: Sat, November 11, 2017
Markets | By Rosalie Gross

You Can ACTUALLY Have Breakfast At Tiffany's Now

You Can ACTUALLY Have Breakfast At Tiffany's Now

That is, if they don't die of hunger first.

The debut of the Blue Box Cafe follows the 1961 film in which actress Audrey Hepburn snacks on a pastry while gazing into a shop window on Fifth Avenue.

"It might be 40 minutes, it might be 2 hours, but I'm going in", says Joe Rashbaum, a 45-year-old ad radio specialist, who says he rearranged his entire week to dine at the new spot. The artfully composed floor also houses Tiffany's new luxury Home & Accessories collection of 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. According to VF, the café will be situated on the fourth floor, allowing you awesome views of Central Park while you eat your croissants and sip on your Tiffany's coffee.

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Speaking of luxury, your morning joe at Tiffany's will cost you far more than Holly Golightly's street-cart fare. The breakfast menu items include truffle eggs and avocado toast, and for lunch, customers can enjoy a Charles Lewis Tiffany club chicken sandwich and the Fifth Avenue salad, which is made with lobster and avocado.

The café's interior is decorated in Tiffany's signature blue, from the color of the walls to the plush chairs and even the plates and salt-and- pepper-shakers.

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