Breakfast At Tiffany’s & More…NYC Restaurant Review

Who doesn’t love receiving a blue box from Tiffany’s?!

It never disappoints.

In a similar vein, get ready for the elegant new Tiffany’s Blue Box Cafe by Daniel Boulud offering three signature culinary experiences for elevated daytime dining.

It may not be a shiny bauble, but it will delight your palate.

Lifelong memories are waiting to be made with renowned chef Daniel Boulud’s appealing menu and Executive Chef Raphaelle Bergeon’s execution.

The famously chic Breakfast at Tiffany’s ($34 & $59), an enchanting afternoon Tea ($98) and a luxuriously casual a la carte dining menu with a delicate French touch are available all day long.

What a special moment to share with your daughter, a friend, Mother‘s Day or a birthday celebration.

Do not get me wrong. My husband thoroughly enjoyed the experience. He indulged in a tantalizing Baked Halibut dish with zucchini, tomato and pine nuts ($38). He also ordered a Summer Bean side dish ($14).

Architect Peter Marino’s interior is classic. The Tiffany blue resonates throughout.

Marino commissioned artist designer Molly Hatch to create the artwork. To adorn the walls, the artist assembled her signature hand-painted earthenware plates in the shape of brooches from the brand’s archives.

I loved the ceiling encrusted with a constellation of small blue Tiffany boxes which usually hold the always lusted for Tiffany diamond engagement ring.

Service is outstanding. Our server, Kristen, was amazing.

Notable is the great attention to detail from the monogrammed chairs, to custom floors and impressive table appointments.

We were treated to champagne which started the celebratory meal in style.

Our daughter opted for the High Tea with deliciously elegant Tea Sandwiches including egg & watercress, cucumber, dill & cream cheese, a smoked salmon bagel, chicken curry & mango chutney and corned beef with mustard & pickles.

Naturally, the meal was served with fabulous traditional Scones, accompanied by jam and a rich double cream.

The desserts included canelé, madeleine and coconut rocher.

The piece de resistance were the pastries consisting of peach eton mess, dulce de leche éclair, apple tatin  and a dark chocolate & orange cube along with at least six tea selections to choose from.

I ordered a terrific Black Angus Hamburger with cheddar on a brioche potato bun and the trademark Boulud french fries ($32).

It was 2 hours of pure bliss.

The Blue Box Cafe is located on the 6th floor so stop on every floor as the renovation is beyond fabulous.

Reservations are essential.

Blue Box Cafe by Daniel Boulud at Tiffany’s 727 Fifth Avenue and 57th Street New York City. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm and Sunday 11am-7pm. Reservations on Resy.


  1. Cathy Newman says:

    You had me at High Tea…💜

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