The place is both a gallery for folk art and a funky cafe that specializes in New Mexican cooking (there are subtle differences between this cuisine and Tex-Mex, or California Mex, or Mex Mex). Flo gets its peppers directly from a farmer in New Mexico, so the taste is as genuine as anything in Santa Fe.
This unique spot aims to bring the food of the immigrants of Chicago to today’s diner. Serving up much more than caviar, Heritage has something for everyone.
The culinary school offers Chicago residents a place where they can taste the budding skills of soon-to-be chefs in training. A portion of guest gratuity from the Dining room are put in a student scholarship fund.