Everyone who’s watched the 1960s classic “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” has dreamed of the day where they too could sip coffee and eat a croissant at the iconic jewelry store, tiara and all. What if we told you that day has finally come?
You can now cross embracing your inner Holly Golightly off of your bucket list because Tiffany & Co. has taken over the OTL Café in the Design District for a holiday pop-up, which coincided with Art Basel’s Miami run.
And like artwork fitting for the art fair, the store commissioned artists Kai & Sunny to transform the two-level storefront with the brand’s signature blue hue and a pattern of fluid and dynamic lines.
Inside, you can enjoy a meal at the beautifully blue and very much Instagrammable café, which takes inspiration from the artsy neighborhood and the city’s overall cultural scene. You’ll spot bright neon accents, intentional paint spills and acrylic framed art along their delicious offerings.
The café serves breakfast and light lunch with an array of coffees and teas in adorable cups, as well as sandwiches, salads, wraps and a few more delights. And get this — you don’t need a reservation. Just walk in, place your order and make your way to one of their adorable tables.
And while you’re there, there’s much more to be enjoyed. The pop-up also features a curated assortment of the House’s most coveted gold and diamond jewelry from collections like Tiffany T, HardWear, Elsa Peretti, Jean Schlumberger and the jeweler’s newest icon: Tiffany Lock.
The Tiffany & Co. holiday pop-up and café, located at 160 Northeast 40th Street, is open now through January 31st. It will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, click here.