The owners of Cork & Fork and Cooking with Class have quietly opened Heirloom craft kitchen, a new farm-to-table concept, located at the corner of 50th and Jefferson, nestled between the borders of Indio & La Quinta in the Citrus Plaza (Ralph’s Shopping Center).
Featuring delicious scratch made soups, salads, small plates, sandwiches, signature dishes and take-away items, made with local and organic produce in a casual cafe setting. All of the flavor and fun you’ve come to expect from Executive Chef, Andie Hubka. Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday and brunch on Saturday and Sunday.
A simple approach awaits where you order at the counter, take a number and find the seat of your choice and enjoy a beverage while your food is prepared and served to you. Enjoy the clean, crisp environment before you enjoy the delicious, hearty, home-cooking style of fresh, tasty food. Perfect for the grab & go lifestyle or before you enjoy tailgating at the polo fields.
“After years of hearing from people who regularly participate in cooking classes and visit Cork & Fork, I realized there was a great need in the east valley for healthy, delicious food in a casual dining concept with take-away options and award-winning wine and beer. We will feature daily blackboard specials along with an assortment of fabulous baked goods and pastries, a grab-and-go case for easy take out, and delivery via UBEReats.” Hubka states.
“We have enjoyed a long-standing relationship with La Quinta High School’s culinary program and are excited to offer more work opportunities to those students in the program with our newest restaurant,” said Owner Mike Hubka, husband of Andie, who will manage Heirloom craft kitchen.
Heirloom craft kitchen is the next best neighborhood joint in the East Valley! Located at 49990 Jefferson St., Suite 100, in Indio. Visit www.heirloomcraftkitchen.com for more information and to view the delicious menu!