The Lynhall feels like an upscale version of a neighborhood coffee shop, with plenty of natural light, communal wooden tables, and an esoteric assortment of ceramic crockery and gleaming metal vases on the shelves behind the bar. They do brunch every day, but the menu is bigger and has some gems you can’t find during the week, like a shakshouka with chickpea fries.
The bakery has excellent chocolate croissants and savory galettes, but you can also just go big and order the pastry board that comes with five different pastries to share. In addition to the usual boozy brunch suspects, the cocktail menu includes an interesting breakfast martini made with gin, vodka, orange cordial, marmalade, and orange bitters.
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