Friday, September 25, 2020

Deep Cuts Deli and Brewery Is Opening in West Medford

Last year, it was reported that a deli that parted ways with a brewery would be opening its own brewery and deli, with the plan being to possibly find a space in Somerville. Now we have learned that the business has found a space in a neighboring community.

According to a source, Deep Cuts Deli and Brewery is opening in West Medford, taking over the space on High Street that had been home to Fruition Vegan Kitchen. (Fruition has since moved its business to what appears to be a commercial kitchen space on Pearl Street.) A message sent from the place indicates that Deep Cuts will initially just focus on food for takeout/delivery including sandwiches and grab-and-go items, with an outdoor patio being set up for customers (they also plan to sell local goods including candles, records, tapes, and art prints). We have been told that the on-site brewing of beer and hard seltzer will be put on hold as the pandemic continues, as will the hosting of small live performances, craft markets, and art shows, and more, all of which are being planned at some point.

Deep Cuts Deli had been briefly set up within BearMoose Brewing Company in Everett, with their initial plans after parting ways with BearMoose being to open a combination deli/brewery possibly in the Winter Hill section of Somerville.

If all goes well, Deep Cuts could be opening around the middle of October.

The address for Deep Cuts Deli is 472 High Street, Medford, MA, 02155. Its website is at

[March 1 update: According to its social media, Deep Cuts Deli is now open for takeout and delivery.]

[Earlier Article]
Deep Cuts Deli and Brewery Plans to Open in Somerville's Winter Hill

by Marc Hurwitz (Also follow us on Twitter at @hiddenboston)

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