New Paris Bakery 10 Cypress St, Brookline, MA02445 Not much has changed for New Paris Bakery aside from a move over 80 years ago to its current location, and a new name…More and ownership about 25 years ago. This simple bakery still uses the highest quality ingredients for all its homemade cookies, candies and popular chocolate eclairs. In fact, none of the traditional style French pastries made at New Paris Bakery contain lard. When owners Roula and James Kappas initially came to Brookline they weren't familiar with the area. Now they love engaging with their ethnically diverse, educated and politically active clientele.
Young Israel of Brookline 62 Green St, Brookline, MA02446 Young Israel of Brookline claims to support one of the largest Orthodox congregations in New England. The…More congregation dedicated its new synagogue on Green Street in 1996, after an electrical fire destroyed its previous home two years earlier. The new facility includes a sanctuary with room for 527 people, beit midrash and Judaica library, banquet hall with kosher catering facilities, bridal room, classrooms and offices.
The museum resides in the carriage house of Mr. Larz Anderson, a former ambassador. Mrs. Isabel Anderson became…More the wealthiest woman in the world when she received her inheritance from her grandfather's trading company. The two met in Italy while she was traveling.
The Andersons purchased a new car almost every year they were married, acquiring 32 brand-new motorcars during their marraige.
At the top of the hill stood the estate, now gone, which has a fantastic view of the city.
The museum changes the cars on display throughout the year; some of the cars belong to private owners.
The Antique Company 311 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 Step inside The Antique Company and you will be greeted by the formidable Teddy, a fluffy white bichon frise who guards…More the store's collection of antique jewelry and furniture. Although Teddy is a new addition to the store, the quality products which range from 50-years-old to 150-years-old have been staples at Antique Company since its inception in 1977. The showroom contains benches, chairs, lamps, tables, and dinnerware.
Michael's Deli 256 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Michael's is a popular New York-style deli that has been in business for 25 years. It has been rated as one of the…More Phantom Gourmet's Great Ate for sandwhiches, and is known for its large portions. The corned beef and knishes are excellent. There is a $1 fee for sharing or splitting dishes.
Skipton Kennel Shop 815 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Pamela Arone has been grooming cats and dogs for 15 years and is now welcoming new clients at her professional grooming…More store and spa, Skipton Kennel Shop. Pet necessities can also be purchased at the store, including grooming gear, shampoos, leashes, food and treats. Oral care treatment is also provided, as are day and overnight care.
Lineage 242 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 This fine dining spot features a menu that changes daily to provide dishes inspired by the freshest local ingredients.…More Chefs Jeremy and Lisa Sewall trace their heritage back to the pilgrim fathers; hence the restaurant's name and its emphasis on New England cooking. This eatery is regularly found on yearly lists of the area's top restaurants.
Brookline Booksmith 279 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Brookline Booksmith in Coolidge Corner is an enormous store filled with both used and new books. The two-story shop has…More a wide range of genres as well as a kids' section. It also sells cards and gift items. In the book cellar downstairs, signings are held on a regular basis. The Booksmith has been open for over 50 years.
Zaftigs Delicatessen 335 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Zaftigs is a fun, busy and delicious delicatessen located near the theater. For 13 years this deli has been offering…More "New Jewish"cuisine. Traditional favorites such as brisket and knishes are available alongside apple chedder omelets and pork sausage. The atmosphere is fun and energetic, with walls are adorned with original artwork and jazz music that plays over the PA.
J. Earley's Hair Salon 1018 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 J. Earley's Hair Salon has been at this location for six years. Jacqueline Earley attracts clients from all over…More the Boston area. She cuts and styles all hair types, but specializes in curly hair. Jacqueline received most of her training in London and New York, in salons such as, Bumble & Bumble and Ouidad.
JFK National Historic Site 83 Beals St, Brookline, MA02446 The birthplace of John Fitzgerald Kennedy looks more residential than presidential, but still holds many ties to the…More country's 35th commander in chief. It's now in the condition in which you would have found it when JFK was born in 1917, thanks to a restoration undertaken by the President's mother after his death. JFK lived in the Brookline house for 10 years before his family moved to New York City.
AT&T Wireless 1329 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Despite having the look and feel of a brand new store, this AT&T Wireless location has actually been in Coolidge…More Corner for several years. It also holds the distinction of being one of the highest ranking stores for customer support in the region. Sales associates help customers purchase plans and troubleshoot problems with their phones. Customers will find a selection of over forty-five different mobile devices, cell phone accessories and covers.