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Lynnally’s Serves Up Breakfast & Lunch Downtown

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If you’ve taken a stroll down Lynn Alley recently, then you may have noticed the old Deli in the Alley space has been transformed into Lynnally’s, a new restaurant focusing on fast casual breakfast and lunch for the Downtown business crowd.

“Speed is always a big issue Downtown,” said Natasha Moore, General Manager of Lynnally’s. “Our customers only have half-an-hour to an hour for lunch, so we strive to get people served in just three or four minutes.”

The owners of Lynnally’s are not new to the Downtown market, having formerly operated Isabella’s Cafe Italia on State Street, which was sold prior to their opening of Barrel 44 in the Short North in 2008.

“This is kind of our return to Downtown,” added Natasha. “We liked being down here and we’re good at what we do.”

The menu at Lynally’s includes a variety of pastas, soups, salads, sandwiches, baked potatos and breakfast burritos.

“We make everything as much as we can from scratch,” explained Natasha. “We make our own soup, chili, dressings, marinara sauce, and slow roast our own turkey, chicken, pork and roast beef.”

The restaurant, which officially opened around four weeks ago, will soon be doing catering as well.

More information can be found online at lynnallys.com.

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5 Responses to Lynnally’s Serves Up Breakfast & Lunch Downtown

  1. BreakfastwithNick
    BreakfastwithNick July 8, 2010 11:20 am at 11:20 am

    Ooo, I’ll have to get here soon!

  2. Elizabeth Lessner
    lizless July 8, 2010 12:04 pm at 12:04 pm

    Can’t wait to check this out. Welcome!

  3. Core_Models
    Core_Models July 8, 2010 3:51 pm at 3:51 pm

    Hate the name…love more businesses downtown and will definitely check them out :D

  4. honavery July 9, 2010 1:50 pm at 1:50 pm

    Checked this out yesterday.  Was pretty impressed by the quality of the food, I will definitely be back.

  5. Zooky
    Zooky July 13, 2010 12:06 am at 12:06 am

    Finally – an owner of a downtown restaurant (the kind where you get it to go most of the time) who realizes how important speed of delivery is.  I imagine that is one of the things that hurt Isabella’s (which had excellent food).  I think it’s also one of the things that will make it difficult for Spinelli’s to work downtown but I am still excited they are moving into the neighborhood as I love their food.

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