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Kasey Carlson |

One of St. Louis’ most popular restaurants might look a little different if you haven’t stepped inside recently.

Winslow’s Table, which Tara and Michael Gallina own alongside the much-acclaimed Vicia, has transformed from a sit-down spot for brunch and dinner into a neighborhood market with fast-casual food offerings.

The concept shift began when Winslow’s Table reopened in May after a brief COVID-19 hiatus. The restaurant reopened without dine-in seating but had a full outdoor patio and a walk-up window for both placing and picking up orders. Winslow’s also beefed up its online ordering platform, not only offering meals and their signature baked goods, but artisan products and local produce as well.

Winslow’s Table