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Tiffany & Co. is Opening a Café in Harrods

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Always dreamed of having breakfast at Tiffany’s? Now’s your chance. This February, Tiffany & Co. will open The Tiffany Blue Box Café in Harrods – the first of its kind in Europe.

Fans will be able to enjoy breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner in the Instagram-friendly spot, which will be located on the lower ground floor of the iconic shopping destination. The trademark Tiffany blue will be tastefully infused throughout the café, creating the illusion of dining inside one of Tiffany’s blue boxes.

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On the New-York inspired menu – described as a ‘refined and playful take on contemporary cuisine’ – you’ll find dishes including The Central Park Salad, The Big Apple, The Tiffany’s Bird Nest and The Blue Box Celebration Cake. Naturally these will all be presented beautifully on the Tiffany & Co. ‘Colour Block’ bone china.

This will be the fourth outpost of Tiffany’s restaurant concept, which started with the New York Blue Box Café in the brand’s Fifth Avenue New York flagship store. Opened in November 2017, the restaurant was an instant success, with customers queueing round the block. Another pop-up opened in Beverley Hills last summer, followed by another in Shanghai in December.

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‘We are excited to introduce The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe in Europe and it seems only fitting to do so at Harrods, one of the world’s most iconic department stores,’ said Richard Moore, divisional vice president, Global Store Design and Creative Visual Merchandising, Tiffany & Co. ‘We have a long-standing presence in London and by introducing The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe here, we offer our customers in this city yet another way to immerse themselves in the world of Tiffany.’

American jeweller Tiffany & Co. was founded in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany in New York. There are now over 300 retail stores worldwide.

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