No. 9 Park
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We have made a tradition of spending the night in Boston prior to an early morning flight out of Logan for vacation. Part of that tradition is having dinner at No.9 Park. It has never disappointed.
Birthday dinner for hubby. Romantic corner table and lovely armistice with excellent service!
The appetizers, wine, dessert, ambiance and service were superb. However, all three of our main dishes were poor: The halibut was overcooked; the bavette tough. Overall, dinner was a disappointment.
We had a fabulous meal, and the service was attentive but not too much so.
Its expensive but worth every penny! Most outstanding tasting dinner experience!
Everything about this restaurant is absolutely amazing!!!
During Dine Out Boston, we made the first visit to this lovely restaurant. We did not have any exceptional dish unfortunately. Cold poached egg was much more like a runny egg that is served with ramen, although Japanese Ramen restaurants serve a better version. The service was quick and attentive. We may come back here for some occasion.
The dine out menu was too limited and we had to compromise the quality of dishes. Taste was not bad, but cost performance was not good at all.
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No. 9 Park is still one of the most extraordinary restaurants in Boston. The setting is unparalleled, especially the view through front picture windows, watching the twilight across the Common and then the lights of the city sparkle.
Our recent visit was for Restaurant Week, and No. 9 did itself proud offering a representative menu for the occasion. The service, the wine, the plating and the food itself impeccable.
always perfect for the most special occasions in life. Thank you to the talented chef(s), staff and Ms Lynch!
Went for dine out Boston. $38 for an amazing 3 course meal. Can’t beat that for a restaurant of this caliber!
Great experience here for dine out boston. The quality of food was not discounted.
Even during restaurant week menu and service were outstanding. Supplemented with the prune-stuffed gnocchi and fois Gras — not the kind of food you’d want to eat every day, but fantastic!
Friendly,attentive, well informed staff. Most of them can be playful and amusing if your group is receptive, or just efficient and pleasant if you’re a bunch of stuffed shirts. Every dish is perfection and beautifully presented. No.9 Park deserves 5+ stars in every category as long as you ignore what it costs. And you Should ignore the high price for an exquisite evening. You may go there rarely, but to make a special occasion into a memorable one, there is no better restaurant in Boston, even after paying the eye-popping bill.
Fantastic experience! We went for Dine Out Boston and found the menu options to be delicious. Our serve, Rob, was fantastic - very attentive, helpful to us when ordering, overall great!
Overall an overpriced and unsatisfactory experience. he staff is cordial but does not make you feel welcome. I dropped off my party and drove away to park the car. My receptionist will not seat her until I returned. The food was not at the level we expected from a fine dining experience and was over priced. This is our second visit after a long time and we decided to try it again total failure. We would not return.
I have wanted to go to this restaurant for as long as I can remember, but unfortunately, it was a disappointment.
I did the chef's tasting menu which is usually always the best option! But a 125 for 6 courses and did not feel worth the money at all. Out 6 there were only 2 that we can say we really liked. The rest were boring, safe, and just OK. Nothing tasted bad at all, just nothing we would care to eat again.
To make matters worse we were still hungry at the end. We are not novices at gourmet food and plating sizes but typically after a 6 course I leave feeling content if not stuffed!
I also ordered the daiquiri (which I do whenever there is one on the menu) but I do have to say this was the worst one I have ever experienced.
Luckily, the service was phenomenal - we loved our waiter (and back waiters).
Creative stylish with perfect cooking and flavour doesn’t get much better
I had the 5 course tasting menu but I would say the food was mediocre for the most part.
We have been going to No 9 Park for 15 years, and every time we live it!! It doe not get old. The restaurant week 5 course with pairings was a steal.
I can just say, Awesome!
Staff were amazing
Wonderful dining experience overall. Friendly, efficient service and delicious cuisine.
This first experience was exceptional. I am definitely coming back to try the tasting menu with the wine pairing. I’m so glad I was able to sample this restaurant through Dine Out Boston.
Went here for dine out Boston. There’s a rock in my plate that almost took my tooth out. Never going back there again
Excellent experience. Foie Gras is strongly recommended.
Wonderful server Brittany knew all about the wines and each course. The Hake was good but not outstanding and the Espresso cake was OK. Everything looked beautiful, and it was a bargain because of Restaurant Week. Thank you.
After being seated, waiters were quick to take order without asking if we would like a beverage. Lighting very dim and had a difficult time reading menu/check. Had to ask for an aperitif (waiter again asking or food order including dessert). Foie gras excellent. Pasta entrée tasted weird. Dessert (orange tart) - small but good. Overall, felt rushed even though restaurant not full. Had high expectations but was totally dismayed. Will not go back.
One of the finest dining restaurant I've ever been to. Excellent level of services was provided. The food was delicious. We went there during the Restaurant Week. The Foie Gras was very impressive!!!
Definitely would come back for another time.
It is a great restaurant, service is great and food is excellent and innovative. However is very expensive, expect to spend $100 per person.
The ambiance is somewhat formal and quiet, great for a work dinner.
The desserts are awesome, so save some space for that.
We came in for dine out Boston and the value was great. Delicious cocktails. Will certainly be returning!
Food was excellent. Came for dine out boston, was a bit miffed to realize that the "supplement" charge for the foie gras was the same price as if I'd ordered it a la carte.
Great food paired with amazing service in the coziest atmosphere. Will definitely go there again!
Great Location, delicious food, and wonderful service.
This is a fantastic restaurant with some of the best food I've had in a very long time. My husband and I were visiting Boston and decided to have a special evening dinner at No. 9. We choose to do the tasting menu, and it was well worth the cost. That said, the luxury wine pairing was underserved and overpriced. The wines were perfectly paired with each course, and they were probably some of the best wines I have ever had the privilege of tasting. BUT, it was at best a two once pour for each of the wines. We complained halfway through the tasting and said that had we known they were going to pour such a small glass, then we would have opted for a bottle of wine (at probably half the price). They appropriately addressed our grievance, and we left full and happy. I would definitely recommend No. 9, because the food and service are outstanding. But I strongly recommend not going for the luxury wine pairing.
Well it is expensive but it was an amazing experience. We were there for our anniversary and I guess I told them that because they welcomed us with happy anniversary and our dessert had happy anniversary on it. We were reluctant to get the tasting menu as I’m a vegetarian and my husband is not so adventurous, but they tailored the meal to our specifications and it was amazing. Every course was a burst of flavor. Definitely the way to go. We also got the wine pairing which was very well chosen. Not for a casual night out but perfect for a special occasion
Amazing food and great location. Tables are rather close together so there isn’t too much privacy but the sound level isn’t that high so it works.
Great food and great service as always. Lee was an excellent server who was attentive and willing to share a laugh now and then. The evening was great and my wife and I will be back!
Dined with my brothers at No. 9 Park and very much enjoyed the evening. Our reserved table was ready early; service was impeccable; food was delicious (gnocci, oysters, foie gras, halibut, bavette, duck and pork chop were divine!); ambiance was lovely. I also appreciated the choices of 3 and 5 ounce pours of rarer wines. I tried a red from Lebanon and it was delicious. Our servers were very knowledgeable about not only the food menu but also the wine and drink choices, and were attentive without becoming bothersome. When I asked whether a cocktail would be too sweet, our waitress offered to have the bartender adjust the ingredients to my drier liking and the result was awesome. My only one constructive comment is that it did take longer than usual to receive our first round of drinks, but we were enjoying the evening, so it was not a significant issue. Even the valet was simple. Pulled right up and the valet came right over and was very polite.
In sum, an evening at No. Park is an experience to be savored. I'd dine there every week if my waistline could afford it.
As always, No 9 Park was delightful from beginning to end. We’ve never had a bad dish or a bad note during service. Best restaurant in Boston.