What to Eat at Cutty’s, Opening in Brookline Village Next Week

Cutty’s, the sandwich shop from former Gourmet staffer Charles Kelsey that we told you about in October, will open next week and we’ve got a sneak preview of the menu. The focus here is on classic sandwiches with creative touches, like egg salad topped with radishes and oven-dried olives. Kelsey tells us, however, that if all that sounds a little too creative, the Cutty’s staff will be happy to make you a plain egg salad sandwich. There’s a nice selection of soups and snacks (including pimento cheese spread!), but the menu’s most exciting entry may be the porchetta sandwich with garlic confit and pickled fennel that will be served each Saturday. Cutty’s is slated to open at 284 Washington Street on Wednesday.

egg-potato sandwich with housemade pork sausage
new york-style crumb cake
morning buns
muffin of the day
greek-style yogurt with honey
housemade granola
seasonal fruit
bagels and toast
hand-squeezed orange juice
drip and pour-over coffee
freshly brewed hot tea


chicken breast, aged provolone, red pepper tapenade
roast beef, caramelized onions, real thousand island
swiss chard, toasted garlic chips, fried haloumi
mortadella, sopressata, provolone, olive salad
ham, pimento cheese, bread-n-butter pickles
turkey, swiss, shredded iceberg, bell’s mayo
egg salad, radishes, oven-dried olives
classic chicken salad with cracklins
porchetta, garlic confit, pickled fennel (only on saturday)

roasted cauliflower with curry
chicken with dill noodles
rancho gordo heirloom black bean
carrot with saffron

simple field greens
wheat berries, beets, walnuts
chickpeas, carrot, cilantro
white beans, tuna, shaved celery
israeli couscous, olives, tomato confit

cutty’s handmade potato chips
pimento cheese spread
roasted artichoke dip
the best chocolate chip cookies
fully loaded rice krispies treats

hand-squeezed lemon limeade
freshly brewed iced tea

Earlier: Goodbye Franky’s, Hello Cutty’s

What to Eat at Cutty’s, Opening in Brookline Village Next Week