New York Times
“A true fine-dining experience” in “quaint” Millerton, this “treasure” that’s somewhat “hidden” inside the “charming” Simmons’ Way Village Inn is “being increasingly discovered” thanks to chef Tim Cocheo’s “inventive”, “conscientiously prepared” New American cuisine with French and Austrian flourishes; the fare is “skillfully served” by “friendly” folks in a “cozy”, “comfortable” setting, and “bargain” midweek prix fixe menus help lighten otherwise slightly “stiff” tabs.
Everything we ate at No. 9 was beautifully presented and, more importantly, absolutely delicious!
HUDSON VALLEY MAGAZINE
Millerton’s No. 9 ups the ante on fine dining…
There’s a broad appeal to No. 9, but the Cocheos also take pride in embracing a local appeal. Even the name of the restaurant is a tribute to the Dutchess County legacy…
No. 9 opened to rave reviews in 2009, and quickly found an enthusiastic audience not only in Millerton but throughout the Hudson Valley
…an inventive, constantly changing menu stocked with fresh-from-the-farm local ingredients.
Being at No. 9 gives you the elusive feeling that all is right with the world.
JOAN’S HUDSON VALLEY FAVORITES
…a young, talented, energetic and knowledgeable couple that have already made a significant mark in the Hudson Valley dining scene. We’re betting they’ll be around for a long time!.
The couple mix fresh regional ingredients with intuitive artistry. Their menu is an impressive sum of its basic and earthy parts.
FOOD AND WINE DESIGN
Our dinner was magnificent! We started with the butternut squash soup which was warm, rich and somehow left a delightful, lingering taste of rustic homemade buttery popcorn. The cheese and nuts on top turned this bowl of soup into a hearty, savory meal. Bravo!..
We wish we lived closer so we could eat there more often. Number 9 makes you feel like you could sit and chat and eat and drink in the company of friends all night
This restaurant is a terrific addition to the upstate dining scene, it seems certain to develop a loyal local following…
You just can’t get Wienerschnitzel like this outside of NYC, but now — miraculously — you can in Dutchess county. Rejoice, Millertonians…
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