Irving Heritage District Restaurants
Irving was once a small town with big dreams. Originally built in 1903 on a tract of land no bigger than 80-acres, over time the city grew and encased its downtown area. Determined to preserve their city’s historic influences, the town leaders named the area “Heritage District.” Lined with colorful antique shops, a classic soda shop and wide sidewalks for a casual stroll, the Heritage District was recognized as a Best Neighborhood by the Dallas Morning News. Here visitors enjoy a dining experience that’s unique and small-town friendly.