The famed jewelry house brings a pop-up cafe experience to Beverly Hills for two days only
Words by ANUSH J. BENLIYAN
For just one weekend, you can, if you wish, channel your inner Holly Golightly — with a coffee and pastry in hand and diamonds adorning your décolleté — at Tiffany & Co.’s exclusive pop-up cafe on Rodeo Drive. Open Saturday, May 4, and Sunday, May 5, The Tiffany Cafe at Beverly Hills will transform the boutique patio into a robin egg blue restaurant. Taking cues from the permanent Blue Box Cafe at the New York City Tiffany’s flagship, the pop-up will feature tabletop and decor pieces from the jewelry house’s Color Block home and accessories collection.
The ephemeral eatery will serve up a prix-fixe breakfast ($42/person) with menu items such as a California-inspired avocado toast with tricolored radishes, za’atar and an optional poached egg; croissants with rhubarb jam and Nutella for the table; and No. 727 Tiffany Tea, a signature black leaf blend from Bellocq Tea Atelier. A coffee cart and custom newspaper stand will also be on-site.
After an alfresco breakfast at The Tiffany Cafe — all proceeds of which will benefit the local children’s charity Baby2Baby — diners can stroll into the boutique, where they can shop the newest pieces in the Tiffany T collection just in time for Mother’s Day.
May 1, 2019