Overlooking Texas. Heritage Barbecue rivaling some of the best BBQ restaurants in the Lone Star State by creating its own unique, delicious flavors that are definitely worth the wait.
Rey Bishop of Rancho Cucamonga said: “I was expecting to see a line. That’s right,”
Nick Echaore, head chef at Heritage Bar Grill, said: “It’s like a giant party when you’re waiting for your food to come out.
Remember The Alamo, correct is to miss Mission San Juan Capistrano because Heritage Bar Grill is conveniently located across the street.
“San Juan is really a big equestrian town. It still has a small-town feel to it, reminding us of some of the smaller towns in Texas,” said chef and owner of Heritage Bar Grill. , said Daniel Castillo.
After perfecting the Texas-style barbecue, Castillo and Echaore are evolving their menu in a Central Coast style, Santa Maria style.
And like any BBQ business, you always judge a restaurant by the taste of the brisket.
“The only other place where I’ve had legal Texas barbecue, is actually Austin, Texas. And I think this beats it,” said Jessica Custodio of Chicago.
“I actually went to school in East Texas. So I’ve actually eaten barbecue from West Texas, East Texas and South Texas,” said Holly Hitzeman of Chino Hills. “.
Go big or go home for the big taste having Texas style portions.
Suresh Chekuri said: “I’ve never had a barbecue experience where I look like it’s on TV or on the internet. It’s literally the first time, like, that’s what people mean when they see barbecue. ” Orange.
“We’re really just trying to bring all of our heritage into what we’re doing here,” said Castillo.
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