Run by the National Park Service, tours are run Wednesday-Sunday, May-October. Read more.
With a mix of first-run and independent productions, this theatre has been delighting audiences since 1933. Big names (including Meryl Streep) have been on recent panels. Read more.
One of the only bars in the area, this spot can get crowded. Heaping plates of nachos and a kitchen that's open late make for a fun dining experience. Monday night trivia will tests sports knowledge Read more.
A women's clothing store with items from all price ranges. A good place to go whether you're looking for a t-shirt or a cocktail dress! Read more.
A well-read, knowledgeable staff makes this browser's paradise even more ideal. With modern literature and classics lining the shelves, Brookline Booksmith is a Coolidge Corner institution. Read more.
A claustrophobic maze of items, Brookline News and Gift is guaranteed to have the cigar, pipe, or smoking accouterments you're looking for. Quirky conversation is also a likely find. Read more.
A friendly staff and expansive selection make this shop what it is. All kinds of comics, memorabilia, and books available. Read more.
On Thursday afternoons from mid-June through the October, this nonprofit farmers market offers a huge selection of local produce (much of it organic), eggs, ice cream, baked goods—even fresh seafood. Read more.
This New York style deli has awards from Phantom Gourmet and Best of Boston. The Corned Beef Rachel is a favorite of ours. Read more.
An affordable, modern food selection. Also has a wine list and extensive cocktail selection, even for brunch! Read more.
Try the polpettone (meat loaf with prosciutto and porcini mushrooms, next to rosemary potatoes) or the bresaola panini (lean dry-cured beef with roasted peppers, capers, lemon juice, and olive oil). Read more.
If you don't mind a line that sometimes spills out the door, you'll be happy to learn that the quest for the perfect Reuben sandwich ends at Zaftigs! Take yours to go if you want to avoid a crowd. Read more.
Known for some of the best bagels in Boston, Kupel's serves up many other pastries and homemade dishes. Stock up for the weekend, as they observe the Jewish Sabbath starting Friday at sundown. Read more.
Whether you want to create your own piece, find a gift for a friend, or get your favorite fixed, the Pear Tree is the place to go. Plus they offer classes to make your own professional-quality jewelry Read more.
Wash down your Southern-style comfort food with one of this gastrolounge's many varieties of craft beers or choose from over 120 different types of scotch and bourbon. Read more.
The menu here changes daily based on which ingredients are seasonal & available. Family-focused & rich in heritage, Lineage even gets its lobsters from the owner's cousin in York, Maine each day. Read more.
Dorado specializes in Baja California-style fish tacos & cemitas - street-style sandwiches loaded with black beans, chipotles en adobo, avocado, Oaxaca cheese, cilantro & choice of meat. Drooling yet? Read more.
This café offers fair trade coffee and snacks, but the real appeal is its massive board game library. The first board game café to hit Boston, Knight Moves offers more than 300 games to choose from. Read more.
The Butcherie has the largest selection of kosher groceries in New England & is THE place to shop for specialty items that aren’t available at other stores in Boston. Read more.