1. Have an Audrey Hepburn moment at Breakfast at Tiffany's
Some of the most famous scenes in cinematic history were filmed in New York, including this iconic Audrey Hepburn moment from the film Breakfast at Tiffany's. Her character, Holly Golightly, is standing in front of the Tiffany's Boutique on Fifth Avenue, having a Parisian-style breakfast of a croissant and coffee, while staring at the brand's emblematic diamond displays.
Now, you don't have to stand outside the shop, you can actually have breakfast at Tiffany's! The Blue Box Cafe opened on the fourth floor of its flagship store on Fifth Avenue in late 2017 and serves breakfast, lunch & tea time. FYI: Reservations are a must! You can only reserve through the Resy application, and you have to do it 30 days in advance, starting at 9 am EST. If nothing is available (which is often the case), you can add yourself to the "notify" list until something opens up. Good luck!