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1648 Beacon Street, Brookline, MA 02445 | (617) 277-2880

Open Today: Open

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  • Golden Temple / The E Room Brookline

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    “How to order from Golden Temple: Sit back and relax, take a deep breath, soften your glare, untie your knots, settle your dust.” These are the instructions on the first page of Golden Temple's menu. When you enter Golden Temple, you step into a realm of relaxed luxury. The simple pleasures of eating, drinking, conversation and dining are encouraged. The same philosophy holds true in the kitchen. Chefs use simple, fresh, healthful ingredients in exceptional ways to create contemporary Asian dishes. The modern, dramatic settings of the dining rooms are the perfect backdrop for an equally modern menu of fine Asian cuisine. All your favorites are there, as well as many contemporary dishes unique to the restaurant. Specialties include Golden Temple barbecued ribs, ginger Chilean sea bass and Chardonnay chicken. You can also enjoy shao-mai, a traditional dish of Asian steamed dumplings, the E room tenderloin of beef, Beijing duck and ginger scallion lobster.

  • The Fireplace Brookline

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    FOOD WITH INTEGRITY. We buy what’s local and in season here in New England. We make it in a simple, thoughtful way that tastes good, always with a nod to where we are. We serve it in an atmosphere that’s warming and un-fussy. We are conscious of our environment in every move we make. And we give back to the community and the causes that matter most.

  • The Abbey - Brookline Brookline

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    The Abbey is now open in Washington Square in Brookline. Chef Josh Sherman and bartender Damian Dowling, both formerly of the Washington Square Tavern, are teaming up with Gina Medaglia of Dalias. Serving lunch, dinner, drinks and late night food. Best Neighborhood Restaurant 2012, 2013 – Brookline – Boston Magazine Best Neighborhood Bar 2012 – Brookline – The Improper Bostonian A neighborhood sanctuary –

  • Stoked Pizza Co Brookline

    .1m away

    Scott started cooking in his early teens for friends and family in his home town of Pittsburgh PA. He always had a dream of some day owning a restaurant, but when he moved to Boston to attend college his career in the music business took off. Scott found himself touring the world playing bass for Letters to Cleo, Tracy Bonham, Nina Gordon, and Weezer. Eventually Scott's focus leaned more towards recording music and he engineered numerous hit songs, some of which garnered Grammy nominations. In Scott's eyes, the best part about all this traveling for music was that it enabled him to seek out the best pizzerias across the US and Italy. Befriending and learning from owners of these sucessful establishments offered valuable insight into what makes crave-worthy pizza.

  • Burro Bar Brookline

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    A neighborhood Mexican kitchen and tequila bar, The Burro Bar is the smaller sibling of The Painted Burro in Somerville. Our tequila list features over 100 bottles that are “Burro tested and approved”. With splashes of influence from Baja and Oaxaca to Veracruz and Yucatan, Chef Joe Cassinelli’s dishes showcase a creative, fun side of familiar flavors, where ingredients and local produce take center stage.


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Monday: Open

Tuesday: Open

Wednesday: Open

Thursday: Open

Friday: Open

Saturday: Open


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