After peeping into Tiffany's, coffee in hand, Breakfast At Tiffany's fans can now head inside and enjoy the real thing — Tiffany & Co. is opening its first-ever retail dining space this Friday at the Fifth Avenue storefront in Manhattan.
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. It's decked out in Tiffany blue, from the walls to the chairs to the plates. A marble and ite stone-wall is begging to be Instagrammed as you sip your tea. Even the salt and pepper shakers come in white and Tiffany blue.
Diners can visit the café for breakfast, lunch, or afternoon tea during regular store hours. According to a menu published by Eater, meals are at a price: $29 for breakfast, $39 for lunch, and $49 for tea. Breakfast comes with coffee or tea, a croissant, fresh fruit, and a choice of truffled eggs, avocado toast, a buttermilk waffle, or a smoked salmon and bagel stack.
Lunch comes with soup or salad and a choice of entree, like a burrata flatbread or poached salmon. It seems like afternoon tea is the real Holly Golightly way to go, though, with its classic selection of teas, finger sandwiches, and sweets. For birthdays or other special occasions, you can order a $36 Blue Box Celebration cake, decorated to look like a Little Blue Box with blue icing and a white confectionary bow.
According to a press release, the café's menu uses regionally-sourced ingredients, and will change seasonally. The fourth floor is also home to Tiffany's Home and Accessories collection, which recently launched an "Everyday Objects" collection featuring a $1,500 silver coffee can, $250 straw, and $95 china paper cups.