Now you really can have breakfast -- including avocado toast, truffled eggs, or smoked salmon bagel -- at the new Blue Box Café at Tiffany's flagship Fifth Avenue store. But it'll cost you: According to Vanity Fair, a coffee and croissant will cost $29, although it comes with your choice of the above-mentioned upscale sides.
You can also get a "Fifth Avenue Salad" (lobster and avocado) or their spin on the B.L.T, the "Charles Lewis Tiffany" with chicken, lettuce, and tomato. Lunch will set you back at least $39, but includes a starter and a main course.
The décor is blue, like Tiffany's famous jewelry boxes. "Both the café and redesign of the Home & Accessories floor reflect a modern luxury experience," Tiffany & Co. chief artistic office Reed Krakoff said in a statement earlier this week.
No word on whether they'll be playing the Oscar-winning song from the movie, "Moon River" nonstop. (Let's hope not.)
[Via Vanity Fair]
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