For those who have always wanted to relive Breakfast at Tiffany's, you now can. The Blue Box Cafe has now opened at Tiffany & Co. in New York City, and offers a variety of menu items all modeled after the iconic film.
Offerings include a traditional breakfast, complete with the coffee and croissant, but also more sophisticated items, such as the forty-nine dollar selection of finger sandwiches, olive-oil poached salmon, or avocado toast.
After more than forty years, you can finally have Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Have you ever watched the film? If so, what do you think should be included?
What do you think individuals should keep in mind when adapting a film into a real-life endeavor (such as a cafe)?