Since the classic film was released in the 1960s, many have dreamed about being able to actually have breakfast at the famed jewelry store. It’s been more than half a century in the making, but you can finally dine in style at Tiffany’s flagship store in New York City.
Now, when you visit Tiffany & Co, you can experience their very own Blue Box Cafe, located on the store’s fourth floor. The cafe is situated near the Tiffany home collection, the accessories department, and the baby boutique. Also located nearby are some vintage items, and their sterling collection.
“The space is experimental and experiential–a window into the new Tiffany,” Reed Krakoff, the chief artistic officer explained in a statement. What that means, of course, is that Tiffany’s style is infused in each of its decor choices.
To further enhance your New York City experience, Blue Box Cafe features stunning views of Central Park. That doesn’t even begin to cover the menu, which the brand describes as “a refined take on signature New York dishes.” Tiffany’s has shared that the menu will rotate seasonally in order to make sue of locally sourced ingredients.
One of their signature dishes is the C.L.T., named for the company’s founder Charles Lew Tiffany. Vanity Fair descrives the sandwich as consisting of chicken, lettuce and tomato. For $29, you can get an exceptional portion of coffee and a croissant, accompanied by one of their upscale side dishes – truffled eggs, a smoked salmon bagel, or avocado toast.
Put on your little black dress and step in Holly Golightly’s shoes. You may not get to relive the rest of the film, but when you visit Tiffany’s Blue Box Cafe, you can feel like you’re living in a movie, even for a little while. The cafe is open during the store’s usual operating hours, so next time you’re meandering down 5th Avenue, you might as well stop by.