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N19 3PF, England
October 14, 2012
Brooklyn, New York
October 22, 2000
If you sit inside, the decore suggests that you are in a tent in the desert looking toward an oasis. Outside there is great people watching from any of the four sidewalk tables.
In summer the huge air conditioner is almost powerless against the heat from the ovens. One hot night, when the outdoor tables were full, our waiter noticed that I was sweating. He leaned over, picked up our table one-handed like a tray, carried it outside, and placed it on a breezy bit of sidewalk.
Occationally, The Tutt Cafe has belly dancers in the evening.
The Tutt Cafe is located two blocks west of the High Street-Brooklyn Bridge subway stop of the A and C trains. It is the first stop in Brooklyn. If you ride at the back of the train you will be at the Cadman Plaza exit. Walk past the round planter and follow the path between the townhouses. Cross Henry Street, walk one block to Hicks and turn left. The cafe is the second building in from the corner.
From journal Brooklyn Heights