2012 BEST Brookline Restaurant, Neighborhood
When we’re hung over, the Abbey’s gooey flatbreads are a delicious remedy. When we’re seeking a light supper, small plates like the duck-and-scallion rangoons (pictured) and grilled caesar salad satisfy. And when we’re looking to unwind after a long workday, the meaty bison Bolognese, paired with a refreshing “Abbey” julep, produces a positively soporific effect. This Washington Square hangout knows its crowd—frequently by name—which makes for the ultimate in casual, comforting dining.
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