When we couldn't get a reservation at the time we wanted for another restaurant, we decided to park on the wharf and walk along Commercial Street to find somewhere to eat. Walking along the wharf we passed 9 Ryder, looked at the menu and interior and decided to give it a try. We were glad we did - the food was very good (stuffed flounder/spaghetti with clams, followed by an excellent coconut sorbet) and the service friendly and attentive. We also had a great view of a beautiful sunset over the water. It was an unexpected and delightful find.
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