I attended this establishment with a local Vermonter Dec. 23, 2016. The ordering area of Heritage was decorated beautifully. The menus were on chalkboards--with new, tasty specials everyday. Since all entrees and bakery items are freshly cooked from local farms every day, the day old baked goods are a true bargain. The gingerbread cookies and offerings boast actual ginger root and are tangy and mouthwatering.
For a lunch entree, I ordered an enchilada with refried beans, local cheeses, black olives and vegetables(spinach, lettuce). The enchilada shell was a gluten free freshly made flour tortilla--truly outstanding. It was garnished with a huge salad of local carrots, lettuces, and greens, with a choice of dressing. The portion was so plentiful that I took part home to finish the next day. Other special included a divine hummus wrap, freshly baked quiche and a Ruben sandwich with fresh cheese, sauerkraut, and pastrami.
The desserts are a taste extravaganza--the lemon bars are multi-layered taste experiences and the special of peppermint brownies were delightful.
There is NO table service---you bus your own dishes. Your entrees are brought to you by the staff, who will also supply anything you desire---drinks, condiments, etc..
The dining area is inviting and spacious. The ordering/waiting area sells local original sauces and relishes. The chef is to be praised.
The service tries to be efficient---there is never a long wait for orders, it seems.