Food & Drink in Brookline


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  • SoulFire Barbeque
    SoulFire Barbeque’s chefs fashion succulent entrees and sandwiches around tender cuts of hickory-smoked ribs, pork, and chicken accompanied to the table by classic Southern sides. Each day begins when chefs load the smoker with choice cuts of meat that spent the previous night marinating in dry rubs or special brines to infuse them with flavor and keep them juicy and moist. Pork shoulders, briskets, and ribs can spend up to 16 hours tenderizing in the grill, as the barbecue pros keep a watchful eye on each succulent selection, pulling it out just as the meat starts to pull away from the bone but before it has a total change of heart. Chefs then dress each dish in a choice of barbecue sauces from around the nation, from the peppery, vinegar-laden notes favored in North Carolina to the tomato-heavy flavors beloved in Kansas City. While they soak up extra sauce with a side of house-made cornbread, diners can revel in the sound of owner Wyeth Lynch’s other passion––soul music. Lending an air of authenticity to the restaurant’s Memphis–inspired vibe, the sultry grooves are left on 24 hours a day at the request of the marinating meats, which take inspiration from the tender croonings of Al Green.
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    182 Harvard Ave.
    Allston, MA US
  • Wings Over Brookline
    For wings with a ton of zest, Brookline's Wings Over Brookline has got you covered. Wings Over Brookline is a local eatery that serves up both gluten-free and low-fat dishes. Wings Over Brookline is more than willing to accommodate families, so kids are welcome to tag along. Be sure to show up for dinner a little early — Wings Over Brookline does not accept reservations. Jeans are just right for a meal at Wings Over Brookline, which embraces a casual vibe. Grab your food and chow down when you're ready with the restaurant's carry out and delivery options. Bring the Wings Over Brookline's great food to your place. Street, garage and valet parking options are located near Wings Over Brookline. If you're too tired to drive, public transportation will also suffice; right around the corner are stops at Harvard Ave. (Green), Harvard Ave. - Westbound (Green), and Griggs St. (Green). Wings Over Brookline is a prime location for cyclists to park their bikes and enjoy a bite to eat. You'll like your bill almost as much as your meal at Wings Over Brookline, with meals usually costing less than $15.
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    477 Harvard St
    Brookline, MA US
  • Rami's
    As what he calls a third generation “falafel-teer”, Rami Cohen opened his eatery in 1991, shortly after he and his wife Mirav relocated from Jerusalem to Boston. Over two decades later, the Cohens are still crafting kosher Middle Eastern specialties, earning praise from publications such as the Boston Globe, which writes that “what the restaurant does it does very well.” Cooks stuff golden-fried falafel, marinated turkey shawarma, ground beef kabobs, and grilled chicken inside fluffy pitas with homemade babaganoush and hummus or splayed across a platter with a fresh salad. Guest can order their feast at the counter and take a seat inside the small restaurant, or arrange for pick-up or delivery and enjoy their meal in the privacy of their neighbor's treehouse. Rami’s also offers catering, and sells hummus, babaganoush, and tahini by the pound.
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    324 Harvard St.
    Brookline, MA US
  • Paris Creperie
    A decade ago, Chuck Silverston was walking the streets of Paris when he happened upon a street vendor whipping up crepes. After tasting the quintessential Parisian treat, he returned to the states and promptly opened Paris Creperie. Inside the cozy caf?, the kitchen churns out crepes brimming with savory ingredients such as brie and apples or sweet fillings such as graham cracker and cinnamon, as well as smoothies and coffee. Nutella is a mainstay on the menu, making its way into dessert crepes as well as into drinks such as hot chocolate and lattes. In the spirit of Chuck?s original street-vendor encounter, Paris Creperie also unleashes its food truck?la Tour Eiffel?among the hungry denizens of greater Boston, feeding passersby with breakfast and dinner crepes all day.
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    278 Harvard St.
    Brookline, MA US
  • Pizza Days Allston
    Since each of the four Pizza Days locations delivers until 3 a.m., the shop?s chefs are still crafting hot pies while other pizza-makers are fast asleep on their pillows made of mozzarella. There are close to 20 different specialty pizzas to choose from, including the Everything?topped with green pepper, onions, ham, and fresh mushrooms?and the Turkish Delight, which features feta cheese and black olives. Non-pizza options range from calzones to oven-toasted steak pitas stuffed with shaved meat, onions, mushrooms, and cheese.
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    111 Brighton Ave.
    Allston, MA US
  • J.P. Licks
    J.P. Licks Fresh out of college, Vince Petryk took a job as a dishwasher at an ice cream shop. It was just a temporary gig…or, so he thought. As Petryk climbed through the shop’s ranks—he rose from dishwasher, to scooper, to ice-cream maker, to manager—he was awe-struck by the way ice cream seemed to make people feel happy. From that point on, he knew that he wanted to continue to share that joy with others and that the best way to do it, was to own his own ice cream shop. He perfected his from-scratch ice cream recipe before opening J.P. Licks, named for Jamaica Plain, the neighborhood where he opened his first location. The flavors were immediately a hit and continue to win loyal fans for their intensity and ingenuity––at any given time, guests might find cake batter and chocolate peanut butter ripple on the menu, alongside unusual flavors like tomato basil or beer and pretzels. Since those early days, Vince has also added from-scratch hard and soft frozen yogurts, sherberts, and sorbets. He has even been known to develop flavors to suit the tastes of the area's different ethnic groups, and dairy-free ice creams to provide relief to the area's overworked cows. Beyond serving traditional cones, Petryk and his staff also pack chilly scoops into house-made cakes and pies, blend them into shakes, and transform them into decadent sundaes topped with homemade hot fudge or butterscotch. The icy treats have proved so popular, J.P. Licks now has 10 area stores, leaving them ample wall space for awards: readers of The Phoenix voted it the city’s best ice cream parlor in 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.
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    311 Harvard St
    Brookline, MA US

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