What girl DOESN’T want to be Holly Golightly, the protagonist from Audrey Hepburn’s classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s?
You’d wear an elegant updo, a fancy black dress, chic sunglasses, and a strand of pearls, just nibbling your pastry as you perused Tiffany’s storefront. Now it’s actually possible to live out your Breakfast at Tiffany’s dreams.
The New York City flagship store is opening the Blue Box Cafe. The Tiffany blue decor provides the perfect backdrop as you take in stunning views of Central Park. Munch on Audrey-approved meals like lobster and avocado salad, and (of course) there are croissants and coffee available. Here are some other movies and TV shows we’d love to see brought to life like this:
Central Perk from Friends
It always seemed like the perfect spot to grab a cup of coffee and catch up with friends. The coffee shop has come to life in pop-up form surrounding the show’s anniversary, but we’d love to see it stick around long-term.
Patsy’s Pies from Shameless
So maybe you wouldn’t see Fiona Gallagher there serving up coffee, pie, and a side of attitude, but the Patsy’s experience would be a perfect one for true Shameless fans. We wouldn’t hate it if Jeremy Allen White (who plays Lip) happened to show up, too.
See what we mean?
Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment from Sex and the City
Sure, it’s not that unique in the grand scheme of New York City apartments, but think of the SHOES. We would LOVE to be able to wander in and borrow from Carrie’s insane shoe collection. Plus, that tutu-esque outfit she wears in the opening credits is pretty adorable. We would definitely snag that for a night.
The pier in Dawson’s Creek
What better place to sit with your best friend and talk about relationship drama? No matter how far removed you are from high school, the Dawson’s Creek pier would be worth visiting.
Dundler Mifflin from The Office
Imagine being able to plan pranks with Jim, grab a cup of coffee with Pam, or awkwardly try to avoid Angela as you head to the break room for lunch.
We never get tired of watching and rewatching these TV shows, and getting to live in our favorite characters’ worlds would be the ultimate fan experience.
Lauren Levine is a freelance writer who has contributed to publications and websites including The Charlotte Observer, U.S. News & World Report, American Way magazine, The Huffington Post, Hello Giggles, Bustle, Thrillist, Thought Catalog, and others.