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There is no shortage of good restaurants in Brookline. Whether it's breakfast or a burger you're looking for, you'll find it in Brookline. Here's a few favorite places to start off this page - please add to it!
After suffering a fire, Brown Sugar Cafe on Commonwealth Ave. repopened bigger and better than before. Serving authentic Thai cuisine, there is usually a wait on weekends to get a table, unless you go early. Since it's inexpensive, it's has its fair share of the college crowd who live in the nearby neighborhoods. It's located directly on the Green "B" line, making it fairly easy to reach. Click the link for reviews.
Another good Brookline eatery is Zaftigs, located in Coolidge Corner. Take out of towners here for Sunday brunch and they'll be full their entire trip home! Zaftigs offers nouveau Jewish fare in a bustling and busy atmosphere. If the line is really long, you can browse the Barnes and Noble next door until your table is ready.
If you're in the mood for no-frills Mexican, check out any of the Anna Taqueria Harvard Street and Beacon Street locations. The food is fast, good and inexpensive. The salsa is always fresh and tastes homemade.Don't let the long lines turn you away - it moves fast.
The Coolidge Corner Clubhouse is a great sports bar-type place to grab a beer and a burger. They also have a large selection of salads and a good veggie burger. Perhaps the best thing about it is that it's located right next to J.P. Licks ice cream. Be sure to stop there for dessert.
For healthy food at a good price, and halal meat so you can feel blessed by God, go to Shawarma King II. A quick favorite is the Babaganouj and Tabouli sandwich but the Sunday Special which is roast lamb is worth an hour's drive.