The idea of a casual neighborhood caviar bar is an unusual one, but Heritage somehow works. The Humboldt Park space is laid back, and the caviar menu has a wide range of variety and prices allowing you to try different kinds. They also do some excellent Eastern European food - you’ll find stuff like borscht, as well as pierogi and a fantastic pelmeni filled with ground duck. Check it out for date night, or if you feel like hanging with a group of friends over Russian vodka and platters of caviar.
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