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So excited - No. 9 Park on Weds.!

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taxi Dec 1, 2008 04:42 PM

Thanks to you Chow Hounders I chose No.9 Park to celebrate my big b'day on Weds. Have never been. AND, to top it off, they are opened for lunch during the month of December!! That just fits my schedule so well. What has been your favorite dish there?

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    DoubleMan Dec 2, 2008 03:24 PM

    Does anyone know if the lunch prices on the No. 9 website are correct? Something seems off, but you never know with that company.

    Lunch: 3-course prix fixe $42, a la carte: Appetizers $16, Entrees $39.

    Compared to dinner:
    3-course prix fixe $65, a la carte: apps $19, entrees $39, desserts $12.

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      rmperry Dec 2, 2008 12:32 PM

      I was there in October and had the prune gnocchi and pan seared scallops. Both were fabulous. Enjoy your dinner!

      1. Rubee Dec 2, 2008 09:21 AM

        My favorites are any of the pastas (especially their signature dish of prune-stuffed gnocchi with foie gras and vin santo that 9Lives mentions), and I always have to get their cheese plate.

        Happy Birthday!

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        No 9 Park
        9 Park Street, Boston, MA 02108

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          9lives Dec 2, 2008 05:22 AM

          The gnocchi w/prunes and foie gras is a great dish..any duck dish on the menu..are 2 of my faves.

          Enjoy!

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            Wursthof Dec 2, 2008 02:29 PM

            Ditto what 9Lives said. Always the prune gnocchi and I'm very partial to any of their duck preps.

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            pollystyrene Dec 1, 2008 08:03 PM

            The corn agnolotti is heavenly. I'm not sure it's still on the menu, though. Since it's your birthday, you'll want to do some toasting, and there's no better place for it. I highly recommend the Sloe Jack and the Strawberry Daiquiri.

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              hsquare2southend Dec 2, 2008 04:59 PM

              Ditto the corn agnolotti. Hopefully it is still on the menu, as it was on after the big menu switchover. Can't go wrong with prune gnocchi, and that's a mainstay for sure.

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