Old-town Frisco is a mixture of vintage and new, and so is the Heritage Table. The restaurant occupies a century-old, atmospheric Victorian house that is cozy but not crowded, and a side porch allows for sheltered alfresco dining. The decor is unobtrusively Texas-centric, the sound track is classic boomer, and the atmosphere is relaxed and family-friendly. The slogan here is “Locally Sourced Texas Ingredients, Old World Inspiration,” and that approach is evident in such dishes as small polpette, shrimp and salmon crudo, Texas mushroom agnolotti, and duck en croute that resembles a puff-pastry quesadilla. A fritto misto platter of asparagus, deviled egg halves, green tomatoes, and shrimp arrived in a light tempura batter carrying just a hint of heat. Except for a few seasonal soup and starters, offerings are robust, and even small plates are shareable.