The affluent village of Chestnut Hill exemplifies traditional New England charm, with stately Colonial and Tudor style homes, tree-lined streets, and scenic vistas. In addition to an impressive roster of restaurants and shopping venues, this highly livable community is noteworthy for its schools and universities and close proximity to downtown Boston.
At Trader Joe's, you won't find a lot of branded items. Instead, you'll find unconventional and interesting products in the Trader Joe's label as well as everyday basics. We buy products we think are winners and that'll find a following among our customers. Sometimes it's a product we intend to stock as long as it sells well; and sometimes we buy a product which is in limited supply, sell through it, and you won't find it again. It's all part of the shopping adventure at Trader Joe's.
Henry Marliave, a French immigrant from Paris, arrived in Boston with a collection of recipes and the dream of finding success in the United States. Henry Marliave achieved his American dream by opening his namesake: Restaurant Marliave at 10 Bosworth Street in 1885. The Boston dining landmark has been reopened by Grotto chef/owner, Scott Herrit.
The Coolidge Corner Theatre is New England's most successful independent, not-for-profit cinema. Built as a church in 1906, it was redesigned as an Art Deco movie palace in 1933 and has never closed its doors to the public since then. Located in the heart of Brookline, Massachusetts, it was the community's first movie theater and now, a non-profit foundation since 1988, it celebrates the experience of cinema by presenting the finest international, documentary, animated, and independent film selections and series.
Dok Bua Thai kitchen serves a wide variety of both meat and vegetable Thai dishes. Some of these dishes include fish, noodles, Thai Curry, and much more. Come check out Dok Bua in Brookline, and enjoy the authentic Thai food for yourself!
Norwood, MA is a classic New England town with a charm and history all its own.
Norwood features a town square, quaint shops and hometown friendliness. Living in this bustling suburban community offers easy access to Routes 128, 24, I-95, I-495, the MA Turnpike and the commuter rail to Boston and Providence. Boston is only a 35-minute commute.
And your Jewish mother will kvell over the brisket even if she doesn't take to tray offerings such as pork sausages and smoked ham. Kosher, this is not. In fact, what has made this 'new Jewish'-style restaurant one of the best eating spots in Brookline are the less traditional offerings, including cheddar-apple omelets and banana stuffed French toast. The wild artwork and hip young wait staff seal the deal; this ain't your grandma's deli."
Boston is an historic city of contrasts. Ancient red-brick sidewalks twist past handsome Federalist houses on the way to soaring glass towers housing state-of-the-art technology. The sports scene in Boston is legendary, with popular and storied teams such as the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins. Bostonians love their city, it’s colorful history and vibrant cultural scene. In the harbors of Boston lie both the majestic U.S.S. Constitution, still commissioned to fight America's battles, and scores of sleek white fiberglass pleasure boats. There are tiny restaurants tucked into rosy brick town houses on Beacon Hill and huge restaurants on the dizzying tops of skyscrapers in the downtown. Food ranges from the most radical of nouvelle chic to downhome Cajun.
You’ll never lack for something to see or do when you live in Brookline. A desirable community with a variety of dining, shopping and entertainment options, you can enjoy the quiet serenity of residential suburban living, while at the same time have easy access to all that Boston has to offer. This central location boasts a walk score of 95 out of 100, and easy access to public transportation and major highways including the Mass Pike and Route 9.