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Adam Rothbarth |

When Tara and Michael Gallina took over cherished University City brunch mecca Winslow’s Home last November, relaunching it as Winslow’s Table, they infused the beloved spot’s old vibes with the vegetable-forward, farm-to-table style they’ve found so successful at their first restaurant, Vicia. “Winslow’s Home was a place, for Michael and me, that we always loved coming to,” Tara Gallina said of their decision to take over the restaurant. “We felt an instant connection with their ethos and with Winslow’s Farm.”

With Vicia veteran (and 2018 Sauce Magazine One to Watch) Alec Schingel in charge of the kitchen, the team strove to keep the breakfast and lunch offerings familiar, but with a few “Vicia-esque touches,” including a more elevated dinner menu. “We wanted to be different, but not too different for the folks who had loved coming there for a long time,” Gallina explained.

Alec Schingel // photo by greg rannells | Winslow’s Table