Party Earth Review Named for the neighborhood joint frequented by the characters in the TV show Three's Company, the Regal Beagle gives Brookline residents an equally homey bar to call their own. Nestled among the many shops and restaurants in Coolidge Corner, this mellow single-room bistro provides a comfy and dependable place for area professionals and Boston University grad students to grab brunch, lunch, or after-work drinks, or for couples to huddle around intimate tables aglow with reflected light from the mirrors. A long burgundy leather banquette offers space for chatty groups of hipsters to sprawl out, while young professionals and artsy types tend to congregate ... more
308 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA 02446
In a big city, you can sometimes feel lost in the shuffle. Boston’s bistros – cozy, homey, and affable – are quaint spots that will shake your blues in no time.
The Regal Beagle, named after the bar in Three’s Company, is located in the heart of Coolidge Corner, one of the friendliest spots in the city. Locals pop in to grab dinner and a few inventive cocktails with friends mid-week, and return to enjoy a leisurely brunch on the weekends.
Darryl’s Corner Bar brings authentic Southern comfort food and live jazz to the downtown area, much to the delight of the young professionals who work in the Back Bay and students from nearby Berklee College. The intimate single room provides a cozy atmosphere for couples to share appetizers and dessert, while craft cocktail hounds settle into the stools in front of the cream-tiled bar.
While it can be difficult to get reservations at Ten Tables in Jamaica Plain, it’s a breeze to stroll into the adjoining bar for a beer and a dish of beer-marinated mussels or a charcuterie board. JP residents, wearing casual t-shirts and jeans, keep this romantic neighborhood gem consistently busy, especially on Mondays when a beer and a burger are a mere $15.
The bistros in Boston are so inviting that many one-time patrons becomes regulars. Stop in at any one of these bars and soon enough you really will have a place to go where everybody knows your name.