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Channeling "long-gone better times", Keith McNally's "retro" remodel of a classic 1937 Village tavern is still "sceney" thanks to French cooking that's as "delicious" as the "Madonna-Gwyneth-Sting" celeb-sightings; the "back room" is the place to sit and the "epic" Black Label burger the thing to order, provided you can snag a "difficult reservation."
High Dive is located in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn and serves Pub Food cuisine. High Dive serves alcohol.Click to see map »
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