With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we looked around this week for the most romantic spots in Brookline. Did we miss one? Let us know in the comments below.
Why: If wedding photos are any indication, the most romantic spot in Brookline may be the gazebo overlooking the lagoon at . Though at its best in the spring, the spot is still beautiful—if a bit chilly—when framed by snow and ice. The top of the hill, marked by the ruined columns of the Larz Anderson estate, is also lovely.
Why: Chocolate and love aren’t far from each other in most minds, so we recommend in Coolidge Corner or in Brookline Village for your after-dinner Valentine’s Day excursion.
Why: What could be more romantic than dinner in front of the fireplace? And if you’re look for a fireside supper in Brookline, there’s no better place to go than the place literally named after it: in Washington Square.
Why: If you’re hoping to gaze into your date’s eyes over a candle-lit dinner in a small, dark bistro this Valentine's Day, we’ve got three suggestions: in Brookline Village, in Washington Square and The Regal Beagle in Coolidge Corner.
Why: Valentine’s Day isn’t just about celebrating the love we feel today, but also all the embarrassing, awkward and unsure loves we felt years ago. With that in mind, Mortified is bringing a collection of artifacts from better-left-forgotten childhood romances to the on Monday for the Tickets are $15, and no date is required.