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Friendly neighborhood dining is celebrated at this charming café in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, just a few blocks from the world-famous Brooklyn Heights Promenade. In the warmer months, patrons wait for a table in the sizable outdoor area, where diners watch residents and visitors strolling on Montague Street. The easy, "something for everyone" menu includes a broad selection of salads, pasta and sandwiches. Heights Café serves lunch and dinner daily, and the kitchen is open late; the restaurant also has a weekend brunch.