While reviewers initially gave The Lynn on Bryant decidedly mixed praise—"a work in progress" was a recurring theme—a new set of evaluations is loudly applauding the Lynnhurst restaurant.
"The newly opened The Lynn on Bryant, as a whole, is part of a Really Good Trend that city diners should be federally mandated to embrace," The Heavy Table wrote on Wednesday, comparing it to The Kenwood, Blackbird Cafe, and Wise Acre Eatery.
"Meals at The Lynn on Bryant have revealed the following pieces of information," wrote the website's James Norton.
2) The restaurant’s long-term success or failure may hinge on the tricky and sometimes explosive question of “value.”
3) Depending upon your personal taste, it may be currently making the best dessert in the Twin Cities.
CityPages' food reviewer Emily Weiss issued somewhat more measured praise for the restaurant in her review, also published Wednesday. Weiss lauded many items on the restaurant's menu, from the breakfast coffee through dinner desserts. However, she wrote that details of The Lynn's two-room dining theme left her confused, and some prices seemed a bit steep.
Those prices, Norton wrote, are being tweaked and adjusted as the restaurant adapts and tries to balance neighborhood desires and business realities.
Check out both reviews for more details.