Shut Up and Eat, the casual counter-service sandwich shop on SE Cesar E Chavez, has served its last grinder. The restaurant announced this morning that it closed its doors Sunday night for good. The deli and catering group had served breakfast sandwiches, massive meatball subs, cheesesteaks, and other sandwiches for the better part of a decade. The closure was sudden, with no time for diners to make it in for a final sandwich.
“Regretfully, after nearly ten wonderful years, Shut Up and Eat has served its last sandwich,” the post, which also hangs on the windows of the building, reads. “As of 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 3rd, we have closed our doors for the final time. We are very grateful to everyone who has supported us over the past decade.”
The restaurant hasn’t provided any explanation the sudden closure, but Eater has reached out for additional information.