The iconic reader board outside T&C on Bainbridge Island.
A shot from the store's Grand Opening in August 1957 - back when box boys actually did use boxes!
Steve and Bobbette near the Flower Market.
Town & Country Market in Winslow is where it all began. And it’s showing its age – so we’ve got a remodel well under way. The store will remain open throughout the project, which is expected to be completed this summer. And when it’s all finished, it will be one-story market with improved layout and flow, increased seating and many new features.
To find out more about the remodel, see pictures and sign up for email and text alerts and updates, please visit www.tcremodel.net. And if you’re having trouble finding your groceries, here’s a brand-new store map you can download!
“We still want to be the place you go when the power goes out, to see your friends and neighbors, to eat well and get inspired and connect with our staff,” CEO Bill Weymer said.
The store opened Aug. 29, 1957, on land where founders Ed Loverich and brothers John and Mo Nakata played ball together as boys. Many Loverich and Nakata family members can still be found working in the offices and aisles of the market.
The store was expanded in 1990, adding the espresso bar...