Audrey Hepburn may not have had Breakast at Tiffany's but you can
Audrey Hepburn peering at a Tiffany window holding a croissant in her black satin gloves at 5 AM told us everything about living and dining in New York. While she may not have had the good fortune of having an actual breakfast inside the hallowed halls of Tiffany, you can. The jewelry giant recently opened a café in its fifth avenue store in New York City, rightfully named Blue Box Cafe. The breakfast at Tiffany dream can finally come true for all Audrey Hepburn enthusiasts.
You can now have breakfast at Tiffany at The Blue Box Cafe. Visit our New York flagship store today.
After 56 years, the mega brand is finally encashing on Breakfast at Tiffany’s fame by opening its doors for breakfast seekers. The brand launched a luxury home décor line alongside the café to lure more buyers. The café will just help diamond shoppers when they get tired.
Richard Moore, the vice president and creative director told Vanity Fair that they hope the café “will draw customers up to experience the artfully composed home of Tiffany’s new luxury home and accessories collection of elevated everyday objects.”
The café offers breakfast platters starting from $29 and going upto $49 with espresso at $5. The menu includes ‘The Charles Lewis Tiffany Club Sandwich’, named after the Tiffany’s founder, a ‘Fifth Avenue Salad’, a ‘Blue Box Café cake’, and a bunch of others. You can also order a croissant.
The robin-egg blue hue on the walls has been specially created to make you feel like you are inside a Tiffany box. The striking blue color staple of the brand embraces every item in the café starting from plates. The blue has been colour blocked with white at places.
Located on the fifth floor of the trademark store, the café is opening during store hours and is sure to let us retrace Audrey Hepburn’s footsteps.