Brookline Booksmith has served as an integral part of Coolidge Corner for over 60 years as an independent and family-owned bookstore. The bookstore has now expanded into the food industry with The Novel Kitchen, offering a place for customers to sit and grab a bite to eat with friends or a good book within its store.
Open rain or shine for 36 years, the Brookline Farmers’ Market is a faithful supporter of local farmers and artisans. Held every Thursday afternoon from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m., the market is easy to reach: Take the C branch of the Green Line to Coolidge Corner, and it’s about a five-minute walk to the market….
Zaftigs, an all-specialty, non-kosher delicatessen, doesn’t only offer quality meats and fresh breads; it provides diners with a truly unique experience.
Books have a special ability to transport the mind into unfamiliar settings and lives foreign to our own.
The historic theatre provides a strong artistic presence in the heart of Brookline.
Brother’s Restaurant is setting out to give customers a convergence of Italian, Mexican, and American cuisines.
The Brookline Booksmith has established itself as a staple in Coolidge Corner—giving patrons the feel of a local bookstore with a deep history.
Nearly 15 years ago, Chuck Silverstein tried out a crepe while vacationing in Paris—he never looked back.