Otto Pizza 289 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Otto Pizza serves 12- or 16-inch pizzas, with toppings of their choice ot opt for pre-designed pizzas, such as the…More three-cheese tortellini or mushroom ricotta and herb, among others. Catering is available.
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.
Grano Pizza 8 Cypress St, Brookline, MA02445 Grano Pizza serves up more than just pizza; its menu also features pasta dishes, salads, roll-ups and much more,…More including its signature focaccia fries. Choose any combination of the wide selection of toppings to create your own unique pie, or choose from one of the many creations already on the menu.
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.
Village Fare Pizza 387 Washington St, Brookline, MA02446 Village Fare Pizza has a wide selection of fresh salads, pizza and subs. The store also serves breakfasts with…More pancakes, omletes and French toast. Its roast beef sandwiches are highly recommended. The store is clean and spacious and the staff is quick and very friendly. There is a $9 minimum for delivery and orders paid with a credit card are charged an extra dollar for processing.
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.
Mangia 8 Cypress St, Brookline, MA02445 Some love pizza through thick or thin. But real aficionados know that truly great pizza toppings should sit on the…More thinnest imaginable crust. To those people, Mangia says: "Come and feast." The pesto pizza is as good as you'll find. It's just one of more than a dozen specialty pies on the menu. For those seeking other Italian dishes, there's a full line of pastas, sandwiches, wraps and salads.
The Upper Crust 286 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Enjoy a fresh-baked pizza at this Zagat-rated, gourmet pizza shop. Along with a delicious handmade-pizza menu, The Upper…More Crust also offers specialty dishes such as–The Fenway, an italian sausage grinder loaded with onions and peppers. The atmosphere here is casual and fun—with flat-screen TVs all-around to watch the Sox, the Patriots or the Celtics (depending on the season, of course!). The service is quick and friendly and free delivery is available.
Naked Pizza 1331 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Don't let the name fool you. There's nothing indecent about this traditional pizzeria -- just back-to-the-basics,…More old-fashioned pies made with quality, all-natural ingredients. Patrons might enjoy a Mediterranean pizza with artichoke, sun-dried tomatoes and feta cheese; the Smokehouse with hickory barbecue sauce; or the Pima, a pie with black beans and jalapenos. Customers can also choose from a wide selection of fresh vegetables, meats and cheese to build their own pizzas.
Cafe Nicholas 1632 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Cafe Nicholas serves pizzas, sandwiches and pastas in an art-deco atmosphere. Its menu features classic Italian cuisine,…More plus shish kabobs, gyros and burgers. Pizza lovers have their choice of more than 30 toppings and 3 sauces with dough that's made fresh daily. Even those with dietary restrictions will be able to find something with the cafe's large selection of gluten-free pizzas.
Village Pizza House 312 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 This restaurant has been a family-run business since 1970 and walking into the restaurant it is easy to understand why.…More Diners can smell the delicious subs, salads, pizzas and calzones from outside the establishment. The dining area is spacious and clean and the staff offers quick and friendly service.
Brother's Roast Beef and Pizza 293 Cypress St, Brookline, MA02445 Brother's Roast Beef and Pizza is a restaurant with multiple locations in the area. This location offers a wide range…More of American and Italian specialties, including pastas, sandwiches, steaks, subs and salads. Some menu options include Italian subs, chicken salad, ham and cheese, cheese steak, pepper steak, beef sandwiches, pastrami, chicken kebabs, steak tips, ziti, spaghetti and more. The location also offers online ordering and a kids' menu.
Richies 1632 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Not long ago, in 2009, Richard Siber took over Café Nicolas and gave the awning outside a makeover. However,…More despite the name change (it's now called Richies), and new ownership, the restaurant continues to provides its clientele with homemade quality food. Families, friends and couples head to Richies for their fresh pizzas, pastas and salads. While restaurant goers come for the food they stay for the atmosphere. Sports fans of all ages will enjoy watching their favorite Boston team beat their rivals on the flat-screen TV. Individuals with dietary restrictions can even find satisfaction with gluten-free and whole-wheat pizzas available upon request.
Jimmy's Bar and Oven 1653 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02445 Jimmy's Bar and Oven is a restaurant. It offers a wide range of specialties, including appetizers, entrees, pizzas,…More salads and sandwiches. Some menu options include fried zucchini, fried pickles, sirlon steak, chicken parm, burgers, fries, shrimp scampi, baked salmon and more.
Papa Gino's Pronto 10 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02445 Papa Gino's Pronto is serious about its name. Families come to enjoy a wide variety of traditional Italian and…More Italian-inspired dishes. An express stop, each dish is made to order and prepared promptly. The menu also offers a selection of specialty pizzas, subs and burgers.
Pizzeria Dante 1398 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Pizzera Dante has only been open since summer 2009, but it has already made a reputation for itself in Brookline. The…More Examiner magazine says it has the best slice in Brookline, beating out 21 other pizzerias. The restaurant offers more than pizza though. Fresh gelato, pasta and a make-your-own-salad option are customer favorites. All dishes are all handmade with fresh ingredients and produce. The restaurant is inspired by the homemade meals the owner, David Dragani, ate as a child.
Cause to Paws 1386a Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Since 2005, sisters Terry and E.G. Meyers have catered to the passionate pet owners of Brookline with their unique…More Coolidge Corner boutique, Cause to Paws. Dog and cat owners can find everything they need for their pets, including: sweaters, swimsuits and socks, queaky and beanie toys, organic treats, grooming tools, bowls, vitamins, leashes, and flea and tick treatments. For birthdays and other special occasions, the store sells custom-made cakes and gourmet treats shaped like bones, crowns, pizza slices or lobsters, among other things. The owners hold a variety of community events throughout the year, including an annual Halloween party. Pet owners are encouraged to come in costumes with their dressed-up four-legged friends and participate in activities like bobbing for miniature hot dogs.
Cafe Eilat 406 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Not far from busy Coolidge Corner, Cafe Eilat is located halfway between the hearts of both Brookline and Allston.…More Patrons concerned about sticking to Kosher law need not fear as Cafe Eilat is under strict rabbinical supervision. However, with pizzas such as the Inferno, which feature sun dried tomatoes, olives, onions, jalapenos and mozzarella cheese, non-Kosher followers would feel right at home at Cafe Eilat as well. Individuals with a wandering palate and big appetite can start their meal with some nachos, nosh on some grape leaves and have a plate of arrabbiata pasta for a main entree.