The jeweler will turn the patio of its Beverly Hills location into a pop-up restaurant, serving breakfast al fresco.
Los Angeles—Tiffany & Co is opening a pop-up restaurant in Beverly Hills next month, just in time for Mother’s Day.

The New York-based jeweler announced Sunday it plans to open a restaurant on the patio of its Beverly Hills location on North Rodeo Drive, serving breakfast al fresco on Tiffany dining ware.

“Having a cafe at Tiffany enriches people’s interaction with the brand. It’s a destination, an experience, a great memory to share with their friends and family. And it’s a new take on what it means to be a luxury brand today,” said Reed Krakoff, Tiffany’s chief artistic officer.

The cafe will be open to the public for a limited time, with breakfast service only on May 4 and 5. The space can accommodate 52 people.

The menu will feature New York classics made with ingredients sourced from California.

A prix fixe breakfast, including croissants, a main course, beverages, and a mimosa, will be available for $45 per person.

Reservations can only be made through the Resy app, a table booking service, but at the time of publication there were no seats available.

Proceeds from the breakfast will be donated to nonprofit Baby2Baby, which provides diapers, clothing, and other necessities to children in need.

A complimentary Tiffany coffee cart and newsstand will be set up outside of the boutique.

The retailer opened a permanent restaurant called the Blue Box Cafe on the fourth floor of its New York flagship location on Fifth Avenue in 2017.

 


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