When I'm using EpicTable for a game where some or all of the players are face-to-face with me, I use a second monitor for the player screen. This allows me to have my private notes and the GM view of my maps on my laptop and then drag handouts or tabletops or maps to the screen the players can see. Maps have a special player view that's meant specifically for fog-of-war, so that the GM can see the whole map but block out areas that the players shouldn't see.

Here's a video that describes how to setup EpicTable to use a secondary monitor for the player screen.

And here's one that shows EpicTable's fog-of-war and GM view vs. player view.

Finally, I've documented my own setup for my hybrid remote/face-to-face game.