Blessed with one of Boston’s most prestigious addresses, No. 9 Park takes its name from its location: 9 Park St., at the intersection with Beacon Street. The restaurant sits at the peak of Beacon Hill, and diners have the best views of Boston Common and the Massachusetts State House. No. 9 Park’s understated entrance on Park Street gives way to an elegant, and often romantic, ambiance on the inside. With only 18 tea-lit candle tables in the restaurant, reservations at No. 9 Park are among Boston’s most coveted.