Breakfast at Tiffany's is now a thing you can actually do

Posted November 12, 2017

Tiffany & Co. will starting serving meals at its Blue Box Cafe, in the company's Fifth Avenue flagship store in New York City. And, of course, it will be entirely Tiffany blue.

Speaking of luxury, your morning joe at Tiffany's will cost you far more than Holly Golightly's street-cart fare. Instead of art on the walls, there are Tiffany windows inset in miniature.

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Blue Box opens to the public Friday, Nov. 10 and will be open during regular store hours (10 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 12 6 p.m. on Sunday) - so you cannot only have breakfast and lunch at Tiffany's, but an early dinner, too.

The Blue Box Cafe is Tiffany's first restaurant, timed to the release of the brand's line of "everyday objects", including a $350 gold vermeil insane straw and a $1,500 sterling-silver "coffee can". The new Home & Accessories floor will open to the public on November 1 and The Blue Box Café on November 10, operating during regular store hours. Servers in bow ties and crisp white shirts glide around the tiny jewel-box-like space carrying precious, modernist color-blocked china - and admonishing anyone they believe has ventured past the (actual) velvet rope ahead of their turn.

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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. Breakfast is prix fixe set at $29 per person and lunch is $39.

The vice president creative director, Richard Moore, told Vanity Fair that the café is "yet another reason to visit our new fourth floor, and we hope it will draw customers up to experience the artfully composed home of Tiffany's new luxury home and accessories collection of elevated everyday objects".

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