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Regal Beagle

308 Harvard Ave, Brookline, MA
617.739.5151   |  website

3 stars

  • Neighborhood: Brookline
  • Hours: Open Mon–Fri 11:30 am–1 am, Sat-Sun11 am–1 am
Despite taking its name from a '70s sitcom -- see: the much-loved Santa Monica pub from Three’s Company -- the Regal Beagle is very much the gastro-pub of the moment, mixing nostalgia and haute cuisine touches with confidence and warm spirit. Chef Laura Henry-Zoubir is no punch line: she has worked with Lydia Shire, and done time at Hamersley’s Bistro and Taranta. Now she’s offering signature dishes like pan-seared scallops with pistachio brittle crust. Nice little wine list and lots of good eating in the small-plates style of the present.
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