After “hemorrhaging money for a year” during the coronavirus pandemic, Dallas-Fort Worth restaurateurs like Rich Vana are finally feeling comfortable enough to reopen their businesses. The Heritage Table in downtown Frisco will re-emerge as a cautious copy of its former self, albeit a little war-torn.
The Heritage Table closed in March 2020, reopened in May, closed again in November, relaunched as a sandwich shop, closed a month later, then stayed dormant while Vana and his team waited. Nervously.
“If it hadn’t been for the response we’d gotten for the first three years — if it hadn’t been for the success