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ROM: Chestnut Hill Restaurant

ROM: Chestnut Hill Restaurant

Penelope Cruz, Staff Writer
January 12, 2016
Filed under Arts, Restaurant Reviews

We arrived and took a seat on the plush bar stools. The blue walls covered with pictures and paintings, reinforced the feeling of a local, homey restaurant. A smiling waitress brought over a menu. As we browsed through our brunch options, we heard the quiet chatter of the people around us. The Che...

ROM: Pineapple Thai

ROM: Pineapple Thai

Mia Abulaf, Staff Writer
December 3, 2015
Filed under Arts, Restaurant Reviews

From the moment we walked in to Pineapple Thai, the experience was remarkable. At around 8 p.m., we stood in Brookline’s new take-out restaurant and waited for our food. Pineapple Thai, which is located on 6 Cypress St, gives customers the option of either take-out or delivery. There were cheery yellow ...

Restaurant of the Month: Sunnyboy

Restaurant of the Month: Sunnyboy

Izzy Meyers, Editor-in-chief
October 20, 2015
Filed under Arts, Restaurant Reviews

  Our waiter asked about our day, expressed sympathy for the amount of homework we had and then announced the dinner specials. At that moment, it became clear that Sunny Boy, a new restaurant in Washington Square, is relaxed enough for the average high school student. From the exposed m...

Restaurant of the month: Seoul Soulongtang

Restaurant of the month: Seoul Soulongtang

April 8, 2015
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by Ashley Lee and Cleo Falvey Allston’s relatively new Korean restaurant is a tasty destinatio​n for a quick immersion experience​. From the side dishes to a section of floor seating and intentionally bland soup, Seoul Soulongtang brings the routine of authentic Korean dining to customers on...

ROM: Lee’s Burgers

ROM: Lee’s Burgers

February 20, 2015
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By Izzy Meyers and Lily Bermel From the streamlined flow of ordering and the minimalist decor to the prompt delivery of the fresh food, the experience of eating at Lee’s Burgers was neat, tasty and brisk. The restaurant, which opened just a few months ago, offers unique twists on the classic bur...

ROM: the Regal Beagle

ROM: the Regal Beagle

Kendall McGowan and Sofia Georgaklis
January 21, 2015
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by Kendall McGowan and Sofia Georgaklis Everything about The Regal Beagle, tucked right in the center of Coolidge Corner, inspired even the youngest members of our group to sit up straight and act mature. Heavy red curtains separated the front door from the restaurant; the mood was subdued with jazz musi...

ROM: Shanghai Jade

ROM: Shanghai Jade

December 18, 2014
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by Rosa Stern Pait and Chris Bell 1374 Beacon St. Brookline, MA 02446 (617) 783-1018 Mon-Thurs 11:30a.m.- 10p.m. Fri - Sun 11:30a.m. - 11p.m. One fruit smoothie was a fresh blend of real ingredients, while another tasted like bubble gum. The wonton soup was rich, while other soups lacked fl...

Brookline Bites

Brookline Bites

November 19, 2014
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Brookline Bites by Hannah Lowenstein  There are a lot of places to get food in Brookline, to the point where it can be overwhelming to choose just one. However, there are also many things to take into account when finding a spot to eat, including quality of food, type of cuisine, location, mood...

Restaurant of the month: The Breakfast Club

Restaurant of the month: The Breakfast Club

November 14, 2014
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The first thing we noticed about The Breakfast Club was not the shiny metal exterior, pinball machines or the thematic ‘80s music drifting out the restaurant door. We were immediately greeted by a long line extending out the door of the classic diner. Boston University students and local residents...

Restaurant of the Month: Fairsted Kitchen

Restaurant of the Month: Fairsted Kitchen

October 27, 2014
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Fairsted Kitchen, a Washington Square eatery, made us feel like family. The homey decor, which ranged from fairy lights draped over outdoor seating to wooden mantels and antique-looking lamps dripping off walls, instantly created an inviting atmosphere. The warm and open layout was accentuated by the stell...

Carlo’s Cucina

Carlo’s Cucina

May 28, 2014
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With its single window and spiritless restaurant sign, Carlo’s Cucina Italiana in Allston is not aesthetically pleasing or promising from the outside, but provides a pleasant and welcoming interior. Brightly colored murals of the Italian countryside cover two walls. Almost every table was full, ...

Bernard’s

Bernard’s

May 5, 2014
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Tasty, but not exquisite. That’s how our party of eight generally felt about the food at Bernard’s, a new Chinese restaurant located in the far left section of The Street, Chestnut Hill’s rapidly expanding shopping mall.  For all the big energy it radiates, Bernard’s seems a bit on the small s...

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