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Then March 2020 came and with it COVID-19’s shutdowns. The Table, like everyone else, lost massive amounts of revenue overnight. They immediately opened supply lines between the public and their vendors, partnered with local growers to help sell produce that would otherwise go to waste, and started to sell the proteins they had in stock with shoppers who couldn’t find them in grocery stores. This led to a new business model. Why not continue to offer their great, fresh options to patrons in the already familiar environment and with the service and quality they'd come to expect?
The Table Pantry and Provisions was born. The restaurant moved to the basement level and the street level changed into a small store. Inside shoppers can find a coffee bar, fresh bagels and a few light sandwiches. There is a space for local artisans to showcase their products. Candles, plants, furniture, charcuterie boards and Earth-friendly cleaning products are all handpicked and available to the public. In the fall they will begin carrying locally sourced produce, dairy and meat products.