Following the grand opening of Tiffany & Co.'s newly remodeled Fifth Avenue flagship, guests are finally welcome to dine à la Audrey at the jewelry house's Blue Box Cafe.
Well, welcome to try to dine, that is. As anyone could have predicted, there's nary a reservation in sight on Resy.
Perched on the sixth floor of the iconic landmark building, the Daniel Boulud restaurant features three main menu offerings...
Obviously there's the Breakfast at Tiffany’s spread - oeuf à la coque (i.e. scrambled eggs served in a shell), caviar, a croissant and to finish it off, a café au lait.
To keep things decidedly posh, there's a delightful tiered Afternoon Tea moment - think too-pretty-to-eat housemade pastries and savory sandwiches.
And finally, the à la carte menu featuring a lobster salad made with, wait for it, blue European lobster.
Word's still out on how much all of these sure-to-be pricey plates cost, but certainly no one's heading for lunch at Tiffany's to get a deal. A trendy Instagram below that floating chandelier of Tiffany boxes will cost you!
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