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9 Nov

IT’S FINALLY BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S WITH THE BLUE BOX CAFÉ

From this Friday, modern-day Holly Golightly’s will be able to enjoy breakfast as well as other meals, right inside Tiffany’s, finally, no longer do you have to settle for a to-go croissant and coffee on the sidewalk. Tiffany & Co. is opening a Blue Box Café in its NYC flagship on November 10. The chic new eatery will live on the building’s fourth floor, which also houses the brand’s new luxury home and accessories collection.

The brand’s signature turquoise appears on the furniture, tableware, and walls (even on the amazonite stone panels). It oozes elegance and sophistication with minimal wall hangings and the mini display windows serve clever décor. Plus, there’s a clear view of Central Park outside. “The space is experimental and experiential–a window into the new Tiffany,” chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff said in a statement.

The Blue Box Café offers a simple menu that will change each season, featuring “a refined take on signature New York dishes” made from locally-sourced ingredients. There’s a lobster avocado salad and a C.L.T. for Charles Lewis Tiffany, or chicken, lettuce, and tomato, according to Vanity Fair. Lunch is $39 for a starter and main course. And for Golightly fans, there is coffee and a croissant (which comes with a side of avocado toast, truffled eggs, or smoked salmon bagel) for $29.

Tiffany & Co. is located at 727 5th Ave, New York, NY 10022. The Blue Box Café will operate during the store’s regular working hours.

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Tiffany & Co.

Tutu Adetunmbi

Tutu is an avid multitasker and great at organisational effectiveness and with a change in media and a change in fashion together, you have a whole lot of change, but that’s just a fun challenge for an editor! With a degree in Law and Masters in International Law and diplomacy, she took her writing skills into the creative space, visualising and creating fashion & lifestyle editorial content in her field and has never looked back.

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