The Cellar: A New, Warm Space At Winslow's Home

By Molly Rippinger
In Food
Image courtesy of Winslow's Home

Image courtesy of Winslow’s Home

Recent renovations to Winslow’s Home in University City have opened up the restaurant’s lower level space for private events, cooking classes and business meetings. This adds yet another element to the restaurant owned by Ann Sheehan Lipton, which also contains a general store, gift shop, café and outdoor patio.

Called “The Cellar,” Winslow’s new dining area is a warm and inviting space complete with a fireplace and elegant, soft lighting. Large community tables are mounted on wheels making the arrangement of the room easily changed and multi-functional for up to 36 guests. A portable bar adds even more versatility to The Cellar, where Winslow’s also stores its 500 bottles of wine.

Renovations have also included a kitchen in the downstairs space where Winslow’s new executive pastry chef Lisa Fernandez-Cruz is expanding the baking program. Look for a more extensive array of baked goods as well as artisanal breads as Fernandez-Cruz settles into her new role at Winslow’s Home.

Open Tuesday through Friday from 7am to 9pm, Saturday from 8am to 9pm and Sunday from 8am to 4pm. 7213 Delmar Blvd., University City, 314.725.7559.

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