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  • Dan called Tiffany's dish "a throwaway" and thought Mike's was pretty awful, too.

    Top Chef All Stars Ep. 12: A Final Five!

  • For their reception, there was real breakfast at the actual Tiffany's, which is the first time Tiffany & Co. has ever allowed such shenanigans.

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  • Collins Street is where you'll find all the high end designer labels, such as Tiffany's, Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Polo Ralph Lauren, to name a few.

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  • The chefs rank each others' fondues, and we learn that Fabio's, Tiffany's and Mike's are the least favorites.

    Top Chef All-Stars Ep. 9: Fondue and Fallon

  • As the judges offer their criticism, Tom says he thought Tiffany's dumplings were flat and Jimmy wanted more comfort from the dish.

    Top Chef All-Stars Ep. 9: Fondue and Fallon

  • But in the Hamptons, it brings to mind that scene from "Breakfast at Tiffany's" when Holly Golightly mentions her budget to the jewelry salesman, and he charmingly suggests she might like to purchase a very nice silver toothpick.

    No Place for Holly Golightly

  • Posters featuring Audrey Hepburn in Paramount's "Breakfast at Tiffany's" 1961 are among the most iconic, and one is estimated at £4,000-£6,000.

    Memorabilia Mania

  • Christie's Images Ltd. 2011 Posters featuring Audrey Hepburn in Paramount's "Breakfast at Tiffany's" 1961 are among the most iconic, with this example estimated at £4,000-£6,000.

    Vintage Film Posters

  • The reaction to the Okazaki storyline will be illuminating too, and not only because Jen's accent "You are a riar , Tom!" she yells at her son carries echoes of Mickey Rooney in "Breakfast at Tiffany's."

    All About Yveses

  • As I've already said several times, "Go talk to Tiffany's."

    Rick Horowitz: Newt, as in Loot

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