Discover Brookline is the Brookline Chamber of Commerce's digital business directory, where you can find exactly what you're looking for -- or, stumble upon something new and unexpected. Peruse the directory to get a taste of Brookline's shops, restaurants, hotels, museums, and more. You can search by a neighborhood, category, or other labels like BIPOC or women-owned businesses.
Check out the blog to keep up to date with Brookline happenings, and learn what locals love to do. Explore Places of Interest and Town Resources. Stay informed about local events. And whether you live nearby or far away, take a minute to send a personal postcard to a friend.
Meet the Discover Brookline Team
Kit Collins is an illustrator and muralist. Working across a range of scales, styles and media, Kit loves creating playful and colorful artwork, including murals and product design. Kit designed the website's logo and colors, illustrations, and the engaging visual landscape on the home page.
Since 2009, Leise Jones has been helping families, couples, and non-profit organizations document their interactions, programs, and achievements through authentic portraiture. She became a member of the Brookline Chamber of Commerce in 2014, joined the Board in 2015, and served as the President from 2019-2021.
Kathleen, Website Developer
Kathleen McMahon designs and maintains websites for small businesses in the Boston area and beyond. She excels at simplifying the process for clients by organizing information into an intuitive interface which focuses on what’s important to the business. She likes to use personal stories to bring ideas to life.
Once a "Muddy River" farmland of Boston, Brookline was named for the brooks that formed its boundaries. Surrounded by the City of Boston on three sides, Brookline, Massachusetts knows how to stand out. As one of the largest towns in New England, Brookline has all the perks of a city while retaining its historic feel. With seven unique business districts, Brookline is a place where you can get just about anything you need. You can learn more about Brookline's history from the Brookline Historical Society, the Hidden Brookline Public History Project, or about Brookline today from the Town.
About the Chamber
The mission of the Brookline Chamber of Commerce is to promote and advance the continued success of Brookline as a thriving community in which to live, work, and do business. As a 501(c)(6) non-profit membership organization, the Chamber takes a leadership role in the business community for growth, advocacy, information, and networking. The Chamber acts as a hub for Brookline businesses, addressing community needs across neighborhoods, industry, and scales. Consider joining the Brookline Chamber today, or supporting our work as a "Non-Business Pro-Business" community member.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
No matter where you go in Massachusetts, you’re a local. Find local shops, restaurants, and attractions across the state. Small businesses across MA are finding their way and exploring new ways to connect with customers. Read their stories. Get inspired. And find out what you can do to support them. You can also go to VisitMA.com to learn more about planning local experiences across these regions.