Classical American steakhouse, good service, nice steaks, expensive. First time was as a guest, good steak. Second time, good steak, expensive. Third time, lousy lamb (but beef OK), expensive. Go back? Yes for steak, lamb not. It’s not far from numerous big chain steak houses but the more traditional even quaint atmosphere along with quality...you can’t go wrong at Lynn’s All in all, it was a very nice evening at Lynn’s!
Had their delicious Express Lunch. Nothing rushed about this, however. I had a great house salad and excellent Beef Medallions( absolutely mouth watering) fork tender, melt in your mouth, one with Bernaisse and other with Peppercorn sauce. It was garnished with broccoli and carrots. The bread and soft butter was terrific, too. We finished with an amazing Banana Cream Pie. The service was terrific and atmosphere was relaxing and so pleasant. This is such a nice spot. You need to try it even if it's out of your way. You won't be disappointed.
Went to dinner here with a few co-workers and a client and the theme for the night was to not judge a book by its cover. Even though this location and building of this restaurant were less than desirable, once you walked in and sat down, you were treated to a nice little quaint, very personal dining experience. The wine list was enormous and had a wide variety of choices. The menu was extensive, with many options for all different tastes. Sides were delicious but the steak was prepared to perfections. Impeccable service and a cozy atmosphere really make this place a true diamond in the rough.
Im a little conflicted. The service was outstanding! Portions are gigantic. Wine menu is intimidating. Steaks were cooked perfectly, but seemed under seasoned. I agree with another post. Steaks were a tad bit gristly, even the NY Strip. Something was definately off. Potatoes Au Gratin had a good flavor but were very greasy and oily. House peppercorn sauce and blue cheese sauce for steaks both had an odd consistency to them. flavors were there, just odd. Ceasar salad was fantastic. Lobster bisque had excellent taste, but little to no lobster actually In it. May go back , buy at the price point , I expected everything to be more on point.
We went with a large group recently, and had the wine room out back. Anyone who has been knows that the location is odd, being attached to the front of an office building - to get to the wine room, you actually walk through the dining room and walk through the atrium lobby of the building. The room itself is nice - hundreds, if not thousands, of wine bottles line the walls. We were served nice wine and hors d'oeuvres while we gathered, and there was a full bar as well. Once we sat down, we ordered from a fixed menu for the occasion. Apparently the tomato basil soup was good, but my Caesar salad had limp lettuce - it had been sitting too long. The filet I ordered was cooked correctly, and had acceptable, but not exciting, taste. However, the plating of the food was severely lacking, with an ice cream scoop of mashed potatoes and an ice cream scoop of creamed spinach, with some yellow cheese melted on the top. All a little lost on a white plate. The sides were very disappointing. Had a creme brulee for dessert, and it was a little cool, but that is probably due to the size of the room. I asked for coffee with dessert, but was served decaf by mistake. To the servers credit, he realized it and replaced it without my asking. Walking through the restaurant dining room while coming and going, the theme is dark wood. It was in fashion once many years ago, but it's been too long since the decor was updated. Likewise, the hexagonal, taupe sink in the restroom screamed 1980s. I first ate at this restaurant more than 25 years ago, and I'm fairly certain it has not been redecorated since then. I don't think the menu has been updated since then, except maybe the price. A restaurant needs to stay relevant - even if you're trying to entice the same clients over and over, they're getting older and dying off, and a restaurant needs to stay relevant to stay in business. The food was adequate, but it should have been excellent. If this restaurant is going to stay in business, it's time