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“A Hidden Gem of a Restaurant”
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Number 9
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Good for: Romantic, Business meetings
Dining options: Dinner, Breakfast, Reservations
Dining style: Fine Dining
Cross street: Dutchess Avenue
Transit: The Metro North Train Station to Wassaic Stop is 20 minutes from restaurant. Taxi service arrangements from the train station can be made. Call to inquire: 518-592-1299.
Description: Number 9 restaurant is situated in the historic Simmons Way Village Inn in the quaint town of Millerton, NY. The restaurant is highly rated with a 27 Zagat food rating. Organic local farms provide the food to Chef Timothy Cocheo who puts it together with dynamic and unique results drawing on his NYC experience. The atmosphere is “relaxed yet elegant", the wine list is eclectic and the bar serves local spirits and beers.
Reviewed May 12, 2012

Suggested by a friend, so we gave it a shot. What a really neat find. Small and cozy, with a four seat bar, outdoor dining and a farmhouse feel. It's actually part of a hotel, which I forget the name - but right in town. The field green salad was fresh and had the appropriate amount of dressing. I had the wienerschnitzel which was awesome. It had a pool of lingonberry sauce, which was a nice change from lemon and capers. What really made it was the potato and cucumber salad. My wife debated the skate, but ultimately picked the soft shell crab, which she loved. The upside was that we will be back... often - it was a great meal and the server was really good.
For the downside; the beers, while a very aggressive and diverse list, they offered a short 10oz pour for a pint price ($7-$8 tap). The wine list is really good as well and you could tell there was a lot of thought put into the selections. My wife loved her Oregon Pinot Noir, however at $14 a glass was a bit much. Again, we loved it and will be back, yet they should maybe explore Oregon Pinot's that can be offered at a more reasonable price, and maybe pour a full pint at $7.
We'll be back!

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Thank John B
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Reviewed April 25, 2012

This relatively small, low key restaurant uses the best local ingredients to impressive ends. Every course of my meal - a grilled asparagus salad, roast lamb on a bed of polenta and artichoke hearts, and apple strudel - was interestingly flavored and perfectly prepared. Service was relaxed but attentive.

Thank Allesistschon
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Reviewed April 24, 2012

Great food and ambience. Will definitely visit again.

Thank Don M
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Reviewed March 13, 2012

Food was so-so, dining room is too noisy, many servers but bad, slow service

Thank F00die2010
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Reviewed March 9, 2012

Formal, somewhat cooler atmosphere (I prefer a warmer, cozier ambiance) but once the food arrives that is totally forgotten. Food is amazing. If you want a warmer ambiance, try Manna Dew, almost right across the street - their food is less gastronomically perfect, but still excellent. I guess we tend to go to Manna Dew more often because it is more comfortable, but I'd say the food at No.9 is enough to make up the difference.

Thank AnnaChristine26
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