I was staying that the Brooklyn Marriott, and was meeting with some cousins. The front desk staff pointed us to the Heights Cafe. I was apprehensive, because it was a Saturday morning, I was worried that any decent breakfast place would be crowded. When we got there, however, they were able to seat us right away.
There is a nice outdoor patio, but we sat indoors, near a window.
The menu was varied. I had the Andouille Sausage Frittata. My cousins split the Arugala & Goat Cheese salad. It was all good.
The waitress was not super, but not bad. She kept getting confused about who was drinking decaf and who was drinking regular.
By New York standards, prices were reasonable. I'd go there again.
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