Reservations are open for the new Tiffany & Co Cafe at Harrod’s in London. The cafe is opening on February 14th, 2020, just in time for Valentine’s day.
Those of us who have always dreamed of enjoying a literal breakfast at Tiffany’s are now in luck. London will be the home of the jewelry store’s very first cafe! The Blue Box Cafe was opened at the flagship store in New York City recently, as well. You have no shortage of options when it comes to making the aforementioned dream come true. The new spot will be found in Harrods in Knightsbridge.
Richard Moore is the divisional vice president and he is in charge of creative visual merchandising and global store design. According to him, it is only right for the cafe to be established at “one of the world’s most iconic department stores.” We are inclined to agree with him: The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe should be introduced in this location.
“We have a long-standing presence in London,” Moore went on to say. He is looking to assist customers who wish to fully immerse themselves in the Tiffany’s universe. Guests who visit the cafe will be able to enjoy a wide array of meals. Breakfast, dinner and even afternoon tea can be had here. The cafe has been designed to evoke the same feel as the brand’s famous blue boxes.
The doors are slated to open this month, for a limited time only. Reservations must be made immediately. After all, you are not the only one who is going to want to spend some time at this iconic location.
Stories like these make us wish we lived in London. Perhaps it’s time for a flight across the pond? No one wants to miss out on this unique opportunity to enjoy the finest of dining in such a unique, luxurious location. Kudos to Tiffany’s for providing us with the chance to make one of our longest-held dreams come true.
What are you waiting for? Reservations are already selling out hot. It’s time to put together your perfect breakfast group and start planning ASAP. Pass this along to your friends and loved ones so that the trip planning can commence!SKM: below-content placeholder