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No. 9 Park’s menu ranges from small bites to a seven-course, chef’s tasting menu, and everything within the spectrum puts an eclectic spin on classic dishes. If you’re looking to snack while you drink, or if you just need something to tide you over before sitting down for dinner, the bar menu offers smaller bites starting at $8. Innovative options include seared foie gras and the restaurant’s signature prune-stuffed gnocchi. Try the marinated lamb if you want something small, but with entree substance. Entrees cost $39 à la carte and include steamed sturgeon with crispy pork belly, Swiss chard and oysters or the Colorado lamb loin with pistachio, pomegranate and fried halloumi. Entrées can be ordered as part of the three-course prix fixe menu for $69, or as part of a seven-course, chef’s tasting menu for $112. Items for prix-fixe menus are the same menu as à la carte but offer a little break in price when ordered together. The Chef’s Tasting menu is a seven-course prix-fixe menu that changes weekly for $112 and each course can be paired with wine for an additional $74. Whether you’re in the mood for fresh seafood, organic chicken or a juicy lamb loin, No. 9 Park has a balanced and original take on a variety of different dishes.