Brooklyn Heights is now book-ended by two locations of the bakery/enoteca Tazza. Unlike the cozy, somewhat understated original on the southern edge of the neighborhood, the new location boasts a spacious, modern dining room, brightened by floor-to-ceiling windows (a comparison to Dean & DeLuca wouldn't be out of place). Table service is available, and the overwhelming display of baked treats (from hefty cupcakes to sandwich cookies, cakes and pies) will tempt even the most determined dieter. Over two dozen sandwich offerings range from cold tuna salad with hardboiled egg to pressed panini like brie and apricot on Sullivan Street ciabatta; salads like white bean, mesclun, white tuna and Kalamata olive lean toward the gourmet. But freelancers beware: For the time being, Tazza is a laptop-free zone, preserving the spot as a place to enjoy food, drink and conversation, not to check Gawker.