No 9 Park
Robert Gould Shaw Memorial
The magnificent bas-relief memorial opposite the State House was sculpted by Augustus St Gaudens over nearly 13 years. It honors the...
Black Heritage Trail
This free 1.6-mile walking tour explores the history of the abolitionist movement and African American settlement on Beacon Hill. The...
Founded in 1807, the Boston Athenaeum is an old and distinguished private library, having hosted the likes of Ralph Waldo Emerson and...
Named for one of the US Constitution's most important amendments – the one repealing Prohibition – this quintessential tavern has been...
Zen Sushi Bar & Grill
Affordable lunch specials make this a popular spot for State House staffers and other professional types. The minimalist decor and...
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No 9 Park information
This swanky place has been around for years, but it still tops many fine-dining lists. Chef-owner Barbara Lynch has been lauded by food and wine magazines for her delectable French and Italian culinary masterpieces and her first-rate wine list. She has now cast her celebrity-chef spell all around town, but this is the place that made her famous. Reservations recommended.