Audrey Hepburn fans rejoice, because starting Nov. 10 you can literally have breakfast at Tiffany's.
The Tiffany's flagship store in Manhattan will be opening a retail dining space, The Blue Box Café (named after the store's classic packaging).
The restaurant will be opening on the fourth floor, serving classic American cuisine. It'll be decorated with Tiffany-Blue colored chairs, walls, and fancy Chinaware.
The fourth floor also features a lavish "Home & Accessories" collection, which has faced heavy criticism for its extravagant prices.
For those feeling extra boujie, the flagship store also offers a baby boutique, sterling silver hollowware, a selection of vintage books curated by Assouline, and a Tiffany fragrance laboratory, Forbes reports.
"Both the café and redesign of the Home & Accessories floor reflect a modern luxury experience,” Reed Krakoff, Chief Artistic Officer at Tiffany & Co. said in a statement. “The space is experimental and experiential – a window into the new Tiffany.”
Now for the most important part: What's on the lavish menu?
The upscale dining spot will feature exquisite meals, rotated based on the season. Examples include a “Fifth Avenue Salad” composed of lobster and avocado, and the "C.L.T." sandwich, with the duel meaning of “Charles Lewis Tiffany” and chicken, lettuce, and tomato, according to Vanity Fair.
Unsurprisingly, the restaurant's cuisine come with a hefty price. For example, a breakfast of truffle eggs and buttermilk waffles served with a choice of coffee or tea costs $29. Lunch is more expensive at $39, but includes a starter and main course such as the "Fifth Avenue" Maine lobster salad.
For special occasions, a customer can order a small cake for $36, decorated as a Tiffany's box, with blue icing, and a large white bow.
"The setting is as inviting as the food is inspiring, serving customers who have always dreamed of having Breakfast at Tiffany('s)," the company said to ABC News.
Are you excited about Tiffany's The Blue Box Café?