Brookline Senior Center 93 Winchester St, Brookline, MA02446 Brookline Senior Center is a community center with programs and services available to enrich the lives of those age 60…More and older in the community. Its programs and services include art projects, free movies, a computer lab, library, social services, food distribution and more.
Brookline Grooming & Pet Supplies 146-148 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446-6424 Brookline Grooming and Pet Supplies, conveniently located in Coolidge Corner, provides a great service to pet owners in…More the area. Not only does the shop feature a day care and grooming center, but it also sells a wide range of toys, food and supplies to keep pets happy and healthy. Brookline Grooming is well known for its specialty in raw diets, and it is open seven days a week to serve a wide range of clients.
With a student body of more than 700, the Edward Devotion School is Brookline's largest elementery. Devotion serves…More the children of Coolidge Corner and North Brookline, and is best known as the childhood school of John F. Kennedy.
Located just outside Coolidge Corner, the Devotion grounds play host to a variety of school and town-wide events, including summertime outdoor movies and the annual Coolidge Corner Arts and Food festivals.
The school attracts a diverse student body, with nearly 40 percent of students speaking English as a second language. The school offers pre-kindergarten class run by the Brookline Early Education Program.
Gerardo Martinez is the school's principal.
Grape Leaves 414 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Grape Leaves is a deli and gourmet food market located on Harvard Street in Brookline. The location offers a wide…More range of items, specializing in Glatt Kosher and organic selections. Some products include sliced deli meats, matzo balls, challah, turkey, salami, corned beef, beef jerky and more. It also offers veggie and meat platters as well as rotisserie items.
The Butcherie 428 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 The Butcherie is a well-organized Kosher grocery store, that offers more than just nice meats and cheeses. The staff…More know their food and love to talk about Kosher recipes and the Brookline community in general. Its convenient location, on Harvard Street, means you can stop in and get what you need without having to deal with too much traffic congestion.
Durty Harry's 417 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Durty Harry's offers pet services that are specialized for dogs. It offers grooming, dog walking, boarding services,…More doggie day care, food delivery services and more.
Ginga Japanese Restaurant 1393 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 This small Japanese restaurant located on Beacon Street, is perfect for a quiet date night. Seating at the sushi bar…More allows views of your food being made. It has been opned since 2008 and is a favorite for students because of their delivery and food special options. They pride themselves on being one of the most affordable sushi places in Brookline. Feel free to order from the foodler, campusfood, and dine in websites.
7-Eleven 1441 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 This 7-Eleven is conveniently, located in Coolidge Corner, provides a wide variety of products including soft drinks,…More snacks, household items and food.
Housed in its own building adjacent to Town Hall and the Pierce School, the Brookline Health Department provides a…More variety of services to ensure the health of people living and working in Brookline.
In addition to promoting healthy lifestyles through a variety of public-awareness initiatives, department staff are responsible for overseeing child-care providers, inspecting facilities that prepare and serve food, organizing immunization clinics and helping town departments prepare for the possibility of a public-health emergency.
Dr. Alan Balsam serves as the department's director.
Boston House of Pizza 173 Amory St, Brookline, MA02446 Boston House of Pizza is located on the border of Brookline and Boston. The Michaelidis family, which has owned this mom…More and pop pizza shop for the last 30 plus years, feel they get the benefits of city and suburban life here. While most of their clientele are ravenous college students, the Boston House of Pizza caters to families as well. Current owner, George Michaelidis, attributes his restaurant's nearly complaint-free history to ensuring customers have a positive dining experience and high quality, always fresh food. In a ever growing sea of franchises and chain eateries sprouting up in Brookline, the Boston House of Pizza is happy to call this city home.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church 15 Saint Paul St, Brookline, MA02446 Founded in 1849, the community of St. Paul's Episcopal Church is built around a "spiritual commitment to social…More justice." In addition to its musical and educational programs, the church operates a variety of ministries, including the Brookline Emergency Food Pantry. The Rev. Jeffrey Mello serves as the church's rector. To find out more about the activities and programs organized by St. Paul's, visit the church's Web site.
Ritas Cafe 224 Cypress St, Brookline, MA02445 Owner Rita Bavakat gives credit to the people in this Brookline neighborhood for her cafe's opening in January 2009. The…More residents' complaints of the area's lack of good coffee motivated Bavakat to open an establishment that does exactly this. The cafe has North End inspirations and cafe food and drinks to match. Italian import Lavazzo coffee and fresh baklava pastries are just some of the goods here. Freshly made paninos and sandwiches can be ordered for lunch and special holiday cakes can be pre-ordered for a lesser price.
B. Good 455 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 B. Good uses all fresh and local ingredients to create your favorite fast food meal, whether it be a burger with fries…More or a milkshake. Its motto is to have people make your food, not a factory, so the end result is a happier feeling stomach. The food is low on grease and fat and you can even choose steamed vegetables over the traditional side of fries. A customer favorite is the sweet potato fries. Catering is available for parties. B. Good will even bring its own grill! During the summer, this Brookline location grows tomatoes on the roof. Stop by to check out the food and garden.
Deno's Pizza & Subs 293 Cypress St, Brookline, MA02445 The Deno family has been making fresh pizza since 1983. While the original Deno's is located in West Roxbury, this…More Brookline offshoot has been open since September 2008. The Denos pride themselves on having the "largest selection of pizza toppings and sub combinations in Massachusetts." A Deno's signature is the "Sicilian Pizza King," a pizza with four different topping sections. An array of Italian food can also be found here. Subs, pasta and salad are just some of the meals available. Catering services and online ordering are also available.
Bazaar International Gourmet 1432 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Bazaar International Gourmet is a small, full specialty food store. It offers fresh produce, grocery items, cheese and…More liquor. Different kinds of prepared food is always available in the deli case.
Washington Square Tavern 714 Washington St, Brookline, MA02446 This intimate bar offers unique food like lamb lollipops with goat cheese brulee and smoked cod fritters with spicy…More tartar sauce. Breakfast food includes a tomato and cheddar omelet and a traditional Irish breakfast.
The Pizza Stop 226 Cypress St, Brookline, MA02445 The Pizza Stop serves delicious food with fast and courteous service. Along with pizzas made with hand-pressed, dough…More the menu also offers subs, dinner plates, calzones and fresh salads. The dining area has room for about 10 diners to sit and enjoy their food.
Starbucks Coffee 1655 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02445 Starbucks offers a variety of coffee and tea drinks, as well as pastries. In addition to snack food, they also have…More oven-warmed options. Though all food and drink is available "to-go", this location has both indoor and outdoor seating for those who wish to stay. It is located across the street from the train station.
New Rod Dee Thai Cuisine 1671 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02445 This newly opened Thai restaurant has already gained popularity in the Washington Square neighborhood of Brookline. It…More prides itself on serving authentic and fresh Thai food at an affordable price. A full meal can be eaten for under 10 dollars. Diners warning: the restaurant is cash only, so remember to bring some or use the ATM located in the restaurant. Be sure to check out the special of the week, which could be Korean, Japanese or Indonesian food! The decor is casual, yet upscale with leather couches and modern dining furniture. For more information visit the restaurant's Web site.
Gari 187 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Gari is a small sushi and Japanese food restaurant located near Coolidge Corner in Brookline. What makes this place…More different from other sushi restaurants is that here the chef's combine Japanese and contemporary Euro-American cuisine together. All food is prepared with fresh and high-quality ingredients. "Maki Madness" happens every Sunday and it entails a low price of $4.50 per roll. This special is cash-only though so remember to visit the ATM beforehand. There are also daily luncheon specials where you can get an affordable meal with soup and salad.
Kashmir Foods 234 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Kashmir Foods offers a plethora of Indian foods and cultural items, with shelves packed full of all kinds of ornaments,…More sauces, spices and even some toys. In addition to being extremely well-stocked, the staff takes care to organize all the items so that you can find what you're looking for fairly quickly. And if Kashmir Foods doesn't have it, the staff can order it for you.