A decades-old Watertown restaurant known for its comfortable setting and inventive menu closes down this week. Strip-T’s (93 School St., Watertown) will have its last lunch service on Saturday, June 30, according to owner Paul Maslow, who announced the restaurant would soon shut down last month.
The restaurant is going out the way it came in: Maslow launched in 1986 serving lunch only and adding dinner later on. Within the last few weeks, Strip-T’s has eliminated dinner service and will close out its 32 years in business with one final round of lunch.
Strip-T’s has tackled several styles of cooking through the years, including an izakaya-style dinner menu, dishes like grilled octopus hot dogs and fried chicken sandwiches, and breakfast and brunches. For the last week of Strip-T’s, it’s back to basics: sandwiches, salads, and assorted sides.
“Just want to thank all the customers and my employees for 32 wonderful years,” Maslow said in an email. “It’s been a great ride.”
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• Strip-T’s Coverage on Eater [EBOS]