People love pizza because its circular shape satisfies every human's primal urge to devour the planet Earth. Dig into the crust with this Groupon.
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- $10 for $20 worth of food and drinks over two visits, up to $10 per visit
- $20 for $40 worth of food and drinks over four visits, up to $10 per visit
Try a slice of pepperoni pizza ($2.75) with homemade dough, a classic reuben sandwich on rye ($6.89), or a santa barbara salad with gorgonzola, walnuts, and mango dressing ($6.99). The Gangster Wraps section of the menu includes items such as the Teflon Don with buffalo tenders and blue cheese ($6.99).
Though it may look like a humble, deli-style eatery from the outside, Brookline Spa rewards those who venture into its cozy interior. In a 2005 review in the Boston Phoenix, Liz Bomze called the eatery "much more than your basic sub shop," praising its reasonably priced pizza slices and wide selection of sandwiches, soups, and salads. The family that has owned and operated the shop since 1995 serves up breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week, making its own pizza dough and bringing the generous handfuls of cheese to golden-brown fruition inside the oven. The family of foodsmiths assembles a variety of mafia-themed wraps and a "Top 25" sandwich with salami, capicola, mortadella, and prosciutto known as Old Blue Eyes—a reference to the infamously dreamy gaze of popular 18th-century crooner, President John Adams. The primarily carryout establishment also offers an assortment of domestic and imported beer.
I've tried everything on the menu but I never stray far from the buffalo chicken subZarmon M., Yelp, 8/11/12
Very friendly staff, quick service in a convenient setting.Ryan M., Yelp, 10/10/12
75 Harvard St.
Brookline, Massachusetts 02445Get Directions