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... ... read full review
308 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA 02446
Green Line (C): Coolidge Corner
M–F 11:30am–1am, Sa–Su 11am–1am
Brookline, Boston –
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 in the back lounge where they can relax on high leather benches and sip creative cocktails like The Sassy Coworker and The Ladies’ Man, chosen from the blackboard on the wall.
A bustling eatery by day, the Beagle transforms into an unfussy lounge by night, as patrons gather to watch a game or just spend a laid-back evening nibbling appetizers and listening to tunes ranging from Ray Charles to MGMT.
A welcoming spot for locals and newcomers alike, the Regal Beagle and its inviting vibe make it almost impossible not to “come and knock on their door.”
Artists, designers, creative young professionals, hipsters, and BU and BC students, 20s to late 30s.
Pandora playlists featuring a mix of jazz, indie rock, soul, and rock classics. Flat-screen TVs.
Menu of creative comfort food and classic dishes including butternut squash risotto, skirt steak, and cornmeal waffles.
Bar bites $4–$10, brunch and lunch $5–$17, entrées $12–$20. Beer $4–$11, wine $6.50–$13, cocktails $9+.
Casual: t-shirts and jeans or work attire.
Thursday and Friday nights for a good crowd of young professionals, and Saturdays for a busy lunch crowd.
The Fireplace (1634 Beacon Street) is a slightly pricier venue with a quaint and homey atmosphere and live jazz.