Really enjoyed 9 Elm in Danvers Square. Fillet Mignon and Cider-Brined pork chop were both outstanding. The entrees were presented beautifully with their accompanying potato and vegetable. I also started off with the butternut squash raviolis, which were very very delicate and tasty. Finished things off with a white chocolate bread pudding, which did not disappoint. The only thing that keeps me from giving this restaurant 5 stars is the seating. The tables around the perimeter of the dining room are fine. It's the tables in the middle of the dining room that are too close together. We felt like we were dining with strangers. Other than that, I highly recommend 9 Elm!
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