A Brookline sandwich shop known for its sell-out sandwiches will be closed for the next two weeks as its owners complete an expansion into the space next door. Cutty's— once featured on Guy Fieri's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives — at 284 Washington St. will add about 600 square feet of space by bumping the business out into 280 Washington St., as previously reported.
Back in October, Cutty's launched a Kickstarter campaign to fundraise for the renovations, with a goal of $30,000. Owners Charles and Rachel Kelsey raised $30,457, and according to the Cutty's Twitter page, they will be shut down until February 27 while they complete the expansion.
We are closed for 2 weeks (2/15-2/27) for construction. So you can kiss this crappy little office good-bye. pic.twitter.com/iwgFKm6FQh— Cutty's (@cuttys) February 15, 2016
The restaurant's self-described "tasty-ass sandwiches and snacky goodness" are lovingly made with local ingredients, with bread from Iggy's Bread of the World, milk from Milton's Thatcher Farm, and produce from A. Russo's & Sons and Allandale Farm.
Cutty's signature sandwiches include the Roast Beef 1000, topped with crispy shallots and 1000 island, and the eggplant spuckie, served with olive carrot salad on top. There are also breakfast sandwiches, grilled cheeses, soups, salads, and dessert treats.