Audrey Hepburn (playing Holly Golightly) standing outside one of the most beautiful jewellery stores in the world, croissant in one elegant, satin-gloved hand and takeaway coffee cup in the other is one of the most iconic cinematic images of all time. The incredible romanticism of it all - from the evening gown to the paper-bagged breakfast - is still breathtaking 56 years after Breakfast at Tiffany's was released.

Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's. Image: Getty

But until now re-enacting that iconic scene (which many fans have done) was a far less glamorous and in fact pretty dangerous activity - just try standing still in the middle of a busy New York sidewalk holding a hot coffee and not get it knocked out of your hand or worse, all over yourself - it's virtually impossible.

Now you really can enjoy 'Breakfast at Tiffany’s'

According to Vanity Fair, from this Friday if you're visiting New York you'll finally be able to Breakfast at Tiffany's in a gloriously civilised manner with the opening of their Blue Box Café. The Café is located on the fourth floor of their flagship Fifth Avenue store (address 727 Fifth Avenue, New York) and will, according to VF, of course offer coffee and croissants but also all the sides modern diners expect like avocado on toast, eggs and smoked salmon bagels.

The décor is awash with Tiffany's signature duck egg blue and is on the same level as Tiffany & Co.'s new homewares range.

Now you really can enjoy 'Breakfast at Tiffany’s'