Next Stop: Coolidge Corner suggestions

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    Next Stop: Coolidge Corner suggestions

    We're heading to Coolidge Corner for the next installment of Next Stop, our fun, funky video tour of Boston by T. Which restaurants, attractions, and stores should we see? Suggest your favorite places in the Coolidge Corner area and tune in to Next Stop to see if we use your ideas.
     
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    Lemon Grass - the best Vietnamese food in town. The Lemon Grass Curry Chicken Soup is a little bit of heaven.
     
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    Brookline Booksmith - the best bookstore, anywhere, anytime.
     
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    Rani Indian Bistro.......best Indian food around!
     
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    the crepe shop! mmm
     
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    Bay State Foods (on the corner of Summit & Beacon) has the hands down best beer selection in Coolidge Corner, and maybe on Beacon Street from St. Mary's to Cleveland Circle. Plus it's inconspicuous appeaence and location add to its charm bodega feel.

    Also for the money I'd take Mr. Sushi (bad name and all) over Fugakyu 7 days out of the week, decent sushi, and great price with no snobbery.

    Seven Subs and Mike's Deli are great places to get some good sandwhiches and subs, while Brookline Booksmith and Coolidge Corner Theatre are the Rock Stars of the area.
     
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    Khao Sarn for some off the hizzle, over the top, Thai...
     
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    Check out Rami's....great middle eastern food. 

     
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    The Regal Beagle! Just opened and AWESOME!
     
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    Party Favors and Fugakyu, obviously! Plus a fantastic farmer's market, but I'm not sure how late in the season that runs...
     
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    Rami's is one of the few, if not the only, places in Boston to get a falafel that isn't a total waste of time.

     
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    Zaftigs, Brookline Booksmith, Paris Creperie and the Coolidge Corner theater!
     
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    You MUST go to Party Favors on Beacon Street and sample some of their cupcakes.  Ummmmmmmmmmmm UM!!!

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    [QUOTE]We're heading to Coolidge Corner for the next installment of Next Stop , our fun, funky video tour of Boston by T. Which restaurants, attractions, and stores should we see? Suggest your favorite places in the Coolidge Corner area and tune in to Next Stop to see if we use your ideas.
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    Most definitely:
    Coolidge Corner Clubhouse (tons of beer choices, you can watch any sport/team you want, huge food portions)
    Khao Sarn (best thai food around)
    Lemongrass (the pho is to die for, and the service is wonderful)
    Mr. Sushi (awesome prices, great service, sit at the sushi bar, the guys are great!)
    Ten Thousand Villages (great free-trade store, inventory changes all the time, and it's always great)

     
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    Fugakyu is not only the best sushi in CC, but in the Boston metro area. There is no snobbery. The staff is very friendly (bartenders are a bit dumb though) and the sushi is un-freakin-believeable. They also have a more creative menu than any other I've been to. I suggest the California Age Maki and the Pine-tato Maki. Both Fugakyu originals.
     
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    Coolidge Corner landmarks

    History(!!!): JFK Birthplace on Beals Street and the Edward Devotion house in front of the Devotion School.
     
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    Anna's Taqueria.  Carnitas Burrito con todo.  And the main theater at the Coolidge Corner Theater reminds me of the muppet theater.  Great place to see a movie.  And the coolidge corner clubhouse a decent selection of beers on tap.
     
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    - Party Favors
    - Seven Subs
     
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    Gourmet Curry House! Excellent, inexpensive Indian food whose most common staples are served cafeteria style. How it keeps getting passed up in papers like the Phoenix for best quick, cheap Indian food is beyond me. It is vastly superior to Punjabi Daba in Inman who seems to always win the "cheap/quick crown" in every way.

    There is lots of great sit down places in the area but if your hankering for some Indian and are in rush and/or strapped for cash, Gourmet Curry house is the way to go! 
     
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    Zaftig's, Michael's Salon, the Magic Bean
     
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    It's been a while, but I'd say, um, Jack and Marion's, Pick a Chick, SS Pierce and . . . oh yes, Woolworth's.
     
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    Always enjoyable to view Mark Favermann's ersatz art deco design for the Coolidge Corner Cinema. While growing up it was my local movie theater. Another was the Cleveland Circle and the intriguing Egyptian in Brighton. Movies were my life and Favermann evokes that era poignantly with wit and insight.
     
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    Lineage restaurant is a fantastic destination for an upscale dinner or cocktails experience. Amazing service, unique cocktails, and a wonderful menu (leans towards seafood, but not exclusively. Well balanced). 
     
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    How has no one mentioned Kuples bagels?? best bagels, Challah, and Pastries this side of heaven!
     
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    My Thursday & Friday routine is hitting up a free wine tasting at Coolidge Corner Wine and Spirits then a chocolate cake and coffee at Finale.

    The Coolidge Corner Theater is a must see as well.
     
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