Find out what Contemporary restaurants to try in Brookline. Brookline /ˈbrʊklaɪn/ is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, in the United States, and is a part of Greater Boston. Brookline borders six of Boston's neighborhoods: Brighton, Allston, Fenway–Kenmore, Mission Hill, Jamaica Plain, and West Roxbury. The city of Newton lies to the west of Brookline.
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4 based on 856 reviews
Co-Owners Brian Piccini, Executive Chef Christopher Coombs & General Manager/Sommelier Jason Irving are proud of their award winning Restaurant & Bar, Deuxave in the Back Bay. The inspiration behind the restaurant's American Nouveau Cuisine is seasonality
This is a beautiful restaurant with exceptional service and a relaxed inviting atmosphere. The wine list is extraordinary and the sommelier was really helpful and knowledgeable leading us to a superb choice of an affordable Langedoc varietal. The apps were well prepared and very delicious, particularly the beef carpaccio/tartare. I was not as enthusiastic about the mains - while well prepared and excellent tasting, they were not especially creative or "special." I was more impressed with the food on previous visits. I will look forward to returning because of the A+ overall experience.
4 based on 166 reviews
Opened in 2011, The Hawthorne is Jackson Cannon's craft cocktail lounge located inside the Hotel Commonwealth in Boston's Kenmore Square. A logical extension of sister restaurant Eastern Standard's celebrated bar, The Hawthorne takes the finest elements o
A must go to when in Boston! Drinks are delicious, didnât try the food but it looked and smelled really good. Our bartender, Altamash (if correct spelled) was the best! Iâm managing a bar back home and never met anyone with such a knowledge in beverages and service minded! Would bring this place back homeIf I could.
4 based on 265 reviews
Select Oyster Bar features local oysters and the rest of the menu offers crudo, ceviche, local shellfish, spanish octopus & more. The kitchen showcases the top quality seafood with simple seasonal preparations. Our wine program focuses on seafood centric
Slick place, cool bar, great decor and outside space in back. I ordered the mussels and the sauce which was delicious was a bit too spicy for me. Served with delicious fresh bread. I will try again. The bartender was attentive but not super accommodating.
4 based on 359 reviews
Coppa is an intimate enoteca tucked on a quiet side street in Boston's South End featuring Italian small plates created by James Beard Award-winning Chefs Jamie Bissonnette and Ken Oringer. Everything is made with locally sourced and sustainable ingredien
Such an amazing neighbourhood place. Small and comfortable. The food is EXCELLENT. The cheeses were all delicious and the accompanying crackers were actually memorable. Excellent and diverse wine selection. The celery cesaer salad was amazing and the farro pasta was SO GOOD. Definitely worth a visit.
4 based on 2913 reviews
I had a fabulous lunch with my husband at the Top of the Hub. The view of Boston was spectacular, menu choices were great and the service was exemplary. We were celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary. Our dessert was beautiful as well as tasty and celebratory.
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