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Heights Cafe

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  • American (New), Pizza
  • 84 Montague St, Brooklyn NY11201 40.6952189 -73.9959042
  • (Btwn Hicks & Henry St)
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  • (718) 625-5555
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User Ratings (Based on 23 reviews)

3.285
Food 3.4 Value 3.0
Service 3.0 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(718) 625-5555
Website:
www.heightscafeny.com
Place Order:
Order From Heights Cafe for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards Bar Open Late
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 12pm-12am Sat: 11am-12am Sun: 10am-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Outdoor Dining, Happy Hour, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • Heights Cafe

    Posted by Kbubs on 02/19/2014

    Misadventure

    I had the seafood risotto...fabulous! Great homemade potato crisps to go with a drink. Atmosphere was OK. Service was not! Another reviewer was right. If they could get off the bloody phone & show some customer engagement & attention to service, ratings may improve. I think their Nonna must own the joint but she's probably in a nursing home because interest factor was ZERO!

  • Heights Cafe

    Posted by Clem on 08/26/2012

    It's Ok, but just ok really.

    I agree with most of the reviews on here. The bar service is as slow as can be. They would rather wash glasses and play with their i-phones than re-fill your drink. The food is alright, and it's in a nice location. It is way too expensive for the food or service. It's ok, if you're in the neighborhood. But could be so improved if their service was more attentive.

  • Heights Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/31/2011

    $4.50 for Mashed Potatoes?

    I ordered mashed potatoes from the Brunch menu. A large scoop of potatoes on a small plate. Fine--what I wanted. Then the bill came (I was with two other people)--$4.50 for a scoop of mashed potatoes! Home fries are only $3.00. SOUP is just $4.95. If I had been the one paying the bill, the tip would have been drastically reduced. I have been a fairly regular customer lately with my granddaughter. I won't be going back anytime soon. I don't like being taken advantage of.

  • Heights Cafe

    Posted by Elena Cromeyer on 06/28/2011

    What's the hype about this place all about?

    Two words: runny eggs. How this place draws such a brunch crowd is incomprehensible...perhaps it's the fact that aren't that many great restaurants on Montague with which Heights Cafe competes. The breakfast platter is scandalous--besides the scrambled eggs being extremely runny and slimy, they were insipid in taste ; the fruit tasted like it was old and had been frozen and defrosted. There was so little bacon on the plate that it took me a while to find it. Needless to say, $12 for that crap is highway robbery. I went there for lunch last year and was starving after I had the seared tuna salad and ended up eating the entire basket of bread. Don't know why I gave it a second chance. They tricked me once, twice but never a third at this place.

  • Heights Cafe

    Posted by Vic 38 on 04/14/2011

    Thank goodness for lasagna!

    After months of asking and demanding my family and I are happy to hear that lasagna will finally come on the menu. To be honest I don't care for the burgers and fries as much but their pastas and hopefully their lasagna will be better the bar is not bad service can be slow at times but they are polite and nice so I let it slide. They play good music that's for almost everyone's taste. Iam also looking forward to the pizza plan as well iam really impressed with these changes and will continue to come back

  • Heights Cafe

    Posted by anonymous on 02/16/2011

    Good food, bar staff needs work

    This place has good food, especially the shrimp pasta. However, if you're planning on just grabbing a drink, I wouldn't recommend this place: The bar staff seems particularly aloof to its customers.

  • Heights Cafe

    Posted by Fran on 06/13/2010

    Champion

    If you don't much care for oily pizza and you do like veggies, the tomato-basil pizza with grilled vegetables added is the best in the Heights. Maybe in the whole city. Yum!

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