Who Needs Tiffany's When You've Got Victoria's

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Photo courtesy of the restaurant

Holly Golightly always thought of Tiffany’s as the most wonderful place on earth. It was her refuge, a place she could visit when she needed to clear her mind and relax. Well, we in Sarasota have somewhere much better—and this place has wine! 

Opened in September 2021, Breakfast at Victoria’s is a breakfast and lunch spot in Sarasota, family-owned and operated by a husband-wife duo who have spent the majority of their lives in the restaurant industry. Given the fact that both owners, Luigi and Eleanora Rasso, were born and raised in Italy, it’s no surprise that the restaurant serves up a colorful mix of authentic Italian cuisine like Tiramisù, Paninis and Cheesecake alle fragile, as well as American classics with a twist, such as the Truffled Eggs, Cornetto French Toast and Avocado Toast. With a chic, modern interior, a tantalizing breakfast, lunch, and, separate brunch menu are offered, along with a list of carefully selected wines from Italian boutique wineries. 

Breakfast at Victoria’s attributes its name not only to the iconic Audrey Hepburn movie but also the Rassos’ eldest daughter Victoria—a sassy, intelligent girl with personality to spare, reminiscent of the iconic Hollywood actress. This new, local gem will likely have you wondering why Holly Golightly spent all of those mornings staring into that window, instead of finding an Italian café to dine in. 

Breakfast at Victoria’s, 4141 S Tamiami Trl. #10, Sarasota, 941-923-6441, breakfastatvictorias.com, @breakfast_atvictorias

Photo courtesy of the restaurant

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