Now You Really Can Have Breakfast at Tiffany's

Sharon Knolle
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, Audrey Hepburn, 1961

All these years, if you wanted to have breakfast at Tiffany's in New York City, you had to bring your own danish, like Audrey Hepburn does in her iconic 1961 move "Breakfast at Tiffany's."

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.

(Paramount Pictures) (Tiffany & Co.)

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]