Former chef of W.A. Frost opens Heirloom in St. Paul

Wyatt Evans, founder of Heirloom // Photo via heirloomstpaul.com

Wyatt Evans, founder of Heirloom // Photo via heirloomstpaul.com

Chef Wyatt Evans is putting his 11 years of experience helming the kitchen at W.A. Frost to work at his own restaurant, Heirloom, which opened on December 22.

Heirloom is located in a brick building on the corner of Marshall and Cretin Avenues in St. Paul’s Merriam Park neighborhood. According to an interview with the Pioneer Press in March, Evans see his menu as boldly presenting foods rooted in the traditional, slow food movement to create a modern farm-to-table cuisine.

The menu on opening day consisted of winter vegetable–forward dishes like parsnip custard, squash soup, and acorn pasta, as well as hearty entrees like roast chicken, brisket, and pork jowl.

Guests can reserve tables in the 80-person dining room or at the 8-person chef’s table adjacent the kitchen.

More information about Heirloom can be found at heirloomstpaul.com.

Speak Your Mind