Artisan Food Shop: Winslow's Home and DiGregorio's Market

Artisan stoneware, screen-printed dish towels, Scandinavian cooking instruments and other upscale home goods line the walls of Winslow’s Home. In this warm, inviting space, breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner are served using local, seasonal ingredients, many of which come from owner Ann Sheehan Lipton’s 5-acre outpost near Augusta, Missouri. After you dine, pick up eggs fresh from the farm, breads and pastries baked that day, as well as a bottle or two from the shop’s carefully curated wine selection. (Photo by Jennifer Silverberg)

Winslow’s Home,

For 45 years, DiGregorio’s Market has been a go-to spot on The Hill for any and all of your Italian cooking needs, including cured meats, cheeses, spices, oils, fresh and frozen pastas, sauces and sweets. Check out its house label of pasta sauce, Italian dressing, olive oils and vinegars; plus Volpi cured meats (made on The Hill since 1902); salsas and pickles from local Two Men and a Garden; and a wide selection of cutlery, cookware and kitchenware. (Photo by Heidi Dean)

DiGregorio’s Market,

RUNNER UP: Larder and Cupboard,