No. 9 Park
Discover the culinary traditions of Alsace with chef Barbara Lynch from Boston's No. 9 Park. Perfect for Francophiles and oenophiles, guests learn to make specialties such as coucroute garnie, sauerkraut, charcuterie, and kugelhof - a sweet bread flavored with kirsch and raisins - from the regions top chefs.
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From the From the May 2008 Food & Wine Go List
This Beacon Hill town house launched the restaurant empire of <a href="/bestnewchefs/?year=1996&chef=A7FD967B-B272-4882-A6AB241EA8424EB2">Barbara Lynch (an F&W Best New Chef 1996)</a>, which now includes the <strong>Butcher Shop</strong> and <strong>Stir</strong>. Her French-Italian menu has its mainstays—like addictive prune-stuffed gnocchi—and newer dishes like turbot with verjus sauce. Cat Silirie’s wine list is one of the city’s best, focusing on Old World and hand-selected American.
We loved: Pheasant with confit .