Tiffany & Co. Opens Blue Box Café in London
Roses are red and the Blue Box Café is blue. Its good feel in London since the opening of Tiffany & Co Blue Box Café located at Harrods department store in Knightsbridge, London. This opening is the first Blue Box Café to grace Europe and almost everyone can’t wait for their chance to have breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Following the success of the brand’s flagship store in New York City, Tiffany’s decision to expand internationally.
According to Richard Moore, the divisional vice president, global store design and creative visual merchandising of Tiffany & Co, “We are excited to introduce the Tiffany Blue Box Café to Europe – and it seems only fitting to do so at Harrods, one of the world’s most iconic department stores. We have a long-standing presence in London and by introducing the Tiffany Blue Box Café here, we offer our customers in this city yet another way to immerse themselves in the world of Tiffany.”
The interior design of this new café is targeted at making guests feel like they are dining in one of Tiffany’s famous blue gift boxes. You can expect to come face to face with a luxurious interior, stone detailing designs, hand-painted Tiffany’s Flora and Fauna motif, and basically all things screaming Tiffany’s!
Guests will be served anything from high tea to fresh salads, and pastries – all things breakfast and more. Notable dishes include The Big Apple, The Tiffany Bird’s Nest, The Central Park Salad, and The Blue Box Celebration Cake. And yes, all dishes will be delightfully served on Tiffany & Co. bone china.
The staff behind each cuisine’s sourcing and preparation are Harrod’s team of 150 chefs, with head chef Andy Cook, and head pastry chef Markus Bohr.
Just in case you didn’t know, the concept for the awe-inspiring Blue Box Café was gotten from the 1961 film Breakfast At Tiffany’s. In the film, Audrey Hepburn looks lustfully through the store window of the brand with a croissant and coffee in his hands. The idea is for guests to be on the inside enjoying a unique experience similar to being within a giant Tiffany’s box.
The London café was opened on February 14th. So yes, if you’ve missed your chance all this time, now is the moment to get going and make your reservations.
Don’t forget to take advantage of clicking all the Instagram-worthy pictures at Tiffany’s.
New York’s Blue Box Cafe will be reopened after the ongoing renovations.
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