Presumably a sign of many changes to come with the advent of the new Fort Point venues:
No. 9 has scrapped its bar and cafe menu. There's now only one menu served throughout, the dining room menu, which has a $65 three-course prix fixe menu with a fair number of choices for apps and entrees (maybe 8 or 10); the apps from this menu can be ordered a la carte for $19, the entrees for $39.
Then there's a seven-course tasting menu for $96, $160 with matched wines; some of these courses have two options (like a choice between the prune-stuffed gnocchi and another starch, risotto, I think).
I can't say I'm thrilled with this. It makes dining at the bar a much more expensive proposition than before.