'Breakfast at Tiffany's' Becomes a Real World Restaurant Where Fans Can Relive the Movie.

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Many Filipinos have heard about book-to-movie adaptations, but here's something that's truly out of the box. Remember that 1960's film with Audrey Hephburn's character Holly Golightly? Breakfast at Tiffany's was one of the world's most iconic movies, and it went down in history as a true classic in the realm of cinematography. Now, the retailer that branded itself in the title, has created an experience for people to relive the motion-picture in a bold and unconventional way.



Tiffany & Co. opened the "Blue Box Cafe" for both jewelry buyers and movie fans to immerse themselves in the feeling of being part of the beloved 1960's film "Breakfast at Tiffany's'.

Located on the fourth floor of their flagship boutique in New York, the restaurant immediately received a widespread following from all walks of life. Many who came during their first days of service, had to be rescheduled, simply because lines were too long.



Hepburn's numerous fans, along with droves of enthusiasts and Tiffany collectors braved through the cold November snow, just to get a shot at booking a table during the bustling week.



Nathan Strauss from Tiffany & Co., said: “We’re continuing to see enthusiastic interest in the Blue Box Cafe, and are encouraging prospective patrons to make a reservation via Resy.”



In related news, Audrey Hepburn's Breakfast at Tiffany's script has recently sold for £630,000. This was about seven times the estimate given by experts in the trade. It was part of an auction led by Christie's in London. Alongside the sale, were many others from the actresses personal possessions, including a Tiffany bangle that reportedly went for over £300,000 and a colorless tiara she wore to a couple of movie premiers that sold for £43,750.

Images credit to Tiffany & Co. and Paramount Studios

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