One of Watertown’s most well known culinary spot, which has has has also been a neighborhood sandwich shop since the ’80s, will be closing it doors.
Paul Maslow started Strip T’s, on School Street, in 1986 and specialized in soups, sandwiches and other comfort foods. Then in 2011, his son Tim brought high-end cooking techniques learned in New York to the restaurant and began a dinner service that attracts people from around the Boston area.
On Monday, the Boston Globe reported that Strip T’s will be closing. Paul said that after being a hot dining spot for a few years, business has been inconsistent more recently.
To read more about Strip T’s history, the Maslows, the staff, and all the connections to other restaurants in Massachusetts in the Globe’s story — click here.