Search More

Locations

The Lynn on Bryant - Closed

5003 S. Bryant Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55419 | Southwest Minneapolis | 612-767-7797

Location Description:

There’s a lot to like about the Lynn on Bryant, a sweet little eatery with a classic yet casual French menu in the Lynnhurst neighborhood. Whether you're in the mood for breakfast, brunch, lunch, a casual dinner, or an elegant meal, the Lynn has you covered. All those options can get a bit confusing, though, because the Lynn has a first-come, first-served cafe in the front of the restaurant and more formal dining in a separate room at the back, each with different menus. Breakfast is served daily during the week and starts early (7 a.m.). Grab it and go from display cases or stay and enjoy great coffee, superb caramel rolls, and dishes like heavenly fruit-stuffed brioche French toast or potted steamed eggs Florentine. The cafe menu includes a gorgeously light and pungent goat cheese souffle, croque monsieur, and duck confit at brunch and dinner. The more elegant dining room serves homey French dinner dishes, such as grilled hanger steak, baby pumpkin with chestnut custard, and moist bone-in chicken breast. Desserts are delicious and almost shockingly cheap.


Related Stories (6)

Details

Related Stories

  • The Hot Dish: News
    We're crying salty tears into our sweet Baba Rhums. The Lynnhurst neighborhood will be a little less sweet: Yesterday owner Peter Ireland announced that the Lynn on Bryant will close.See...
  • The Hot Dish: 100 Favorite Dishes
    As a countdown to the Best of the Twin Cities 2014, coming April 16, the Hot Dish has been serving up 100 of our favorite local dishes. Now it's time to grab your tickets to the Best of the...
  • The Hot Dish: 50 Favorite Dishes
    As a countdown to the Best of the Twin Cities 2013, coming April 17, the Hot Dish is serving up 50 of our favorite local dishes. Rejoice for it is Thursday! On this day every week the...
  • The Hot Dish: Top 5
    The quest for the perfect chocolate chip cookie can be endless, and Minneapolis has no shortage of bakeries vying for the top spot. But beyond the usual age-old, hand-me-down recipe from...
  • The Hot Dish: News
    Back in October, after many long months of planning, building, delays, and fundraising, business partners chef Peter Ireland and manager Jay D. Peterson opened the hotly anticipated...
  • Restaurants: Reviewed
    When a friend of mine first returned home to Minnesota after a two-year stint in Uganda serving in the Peace Corps, he had a somewhat difficult time readjusting to life in the States, but...
Loading...