Heritage has a lot of things going for it. There’s the big patio outside, nightly live music (primarily jazz and funk), and plenty of food that’s easy to share, like flatbreads and cheese boards. If you prefer breakfast food and aren’t super into jazz, they also do a bluegrass brunch on Sundays.
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