The New York Daily News reports:
Breakfast at Tiffany’s turned into lunch for hundreds of hungry diners Friday as the famed boutique’s new café struggled to meet demand on its opening day.
A crush of well-heeled customers greeted the opening of the 40-seat Blue Box Café, the first restaurant for the 180-year-old luxury jeweler on Fifth Ave.
At 10 a.m., prospective diners eager to shell out $29 for breakfast were told the wait was one hour. By noon, it had ballooned to two hours.
The company’s name is Tiffany, not Tiffany’s.
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