Ruth Cowin House 1027 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Located on Beacon Street, this brownstone in Brookline houses low-income elderly men and women. Each resident lives in a…More furnished studio with kitchenette. Residents are offered meals and holiday celebrations by volunteers in the community kitchen. Call for more information and with general inquiries, as well as to inquire about open spaces.
Jay Penni Photography 15a Saint Marys Ct, Brookline, MA02446 With two studios in a charming Brookline carriage house, Jay Penni Photography has done work for a number of commercial…More clients since 1982. Focusing on digital images of products like toys, phones, shoes, and apparel for marketing materials, this studio opened its doors to other clients and individuals in 1993, providing services like color correction, retouching, and other special effects. The studio is located in an alley off of St. Mary's and Beacon streets.
CUTTY'S 284 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 CUTTY's is a newly opened cafe in Brookline Village. They use fresh ingredients from local farms and everything is hand…More made. Their roast pork sandwich is a special on Saturdays that draws lines almost out of the door. Another favorite sandwich is their roast beef, roasted in-house and made with their own thousand island dressing. They also offer a lot of vegetarian and vegan options such as tomato soup and roasted eggplant sandwich.
Specialized Housing 45 Bartlett Cres, Brookline, MA02446 When Specialized Housing opened in 1983, it was one of the first facilities to…More offer independent living for adults with special needs. Providing accommodations for people with developmental, physical or learning disabilities, brain injuries or psychiatric illness, it provides access to its resources and support web, while also encouraging autonomy. Specialized Housing offers on-site staff to supervise living arrangements and a network of community organizations. Some houses have been specially designed to accommodate different disabilities. It has several locations across New England, this Brookline address houses its offices.
Brook House Condominium 33 Pond Ave, Brookline, MA02445 The Brook House Condiminum is an elegant housing complex of four buildings. The property overlooks a pond and the land…More is vast, open, and the overall feeling of the complex is serene. Features include a fitness center, tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool and much more. The Management Office is located next door to the complex's real estate agency, Pat Bottary Real Estate.
Located adjacent to Town Hall and the Main Library, the Pierce School serves nearly 640 students in kindergarten…More through eighth grade, primarily from the Brookline Village community. The schools is home to a diverse student body, with nearly a third of students speaking English as a second language.
The school is housed in a sprawling 1970's building designed around the "open classroom" philosophy of education. The building features a three-story library space, an outdoor amphitheater and a sky bridge that takes students safely over School Street to the Pierce Playground. Several classrooms are also housed in the school's historic building, built just after the turn of the century.
Taberna De Haro 999 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Chef-owner Deborah Hansen spent eight years in Spain before returning home to Boston and opening Taberna De Haro in…More 1998. Offering tapas and more than 230 wines, this Brookline eatery feels more like an excursion to Madrid than a local dining spot. Ms. Hansen's goal is to emulate the Spanish near obsession with food. To achieve this end, she returns to Madrid yearly for research. The restaurant, which includes indoor and outdoor seating, has house specialities such as Black paella (made with actual squid ink) and braised oxtail, and is a seven time Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence winner.