Lee Lynn's is a neighborhood place located in the Dorsey Search Village Center. It's kinda hard to find as it sits behind a liquor store but it's worth it when you do.
Lee Lynn's serves lunch and dinner. With only about 12 tables in the main dinning room and maybe another 12 tables in the lounge, the restaurant is on the small side. But in the warm months, they open a big outdoor seating section. Check out the giant screen TV in the lounge, it's perfect for big sporting events.
For appetizers, we've had the hummus platter and buffalo wings. The hummus is infused with herbs. I think its parsley and it makes it very tasty. The wings are a small portion but the hummus is big enough to share.
|Chipotle ranch dip|
One of our favorite menu items is the Lee Lynn burger. It's different than any other burger we've eaten. It comes with garlic mayo, swiss cheese, smoked bacon, crispy onion straws laced with cayenne paper and A1 sauce. We've taken friends and family here and they agree it's one of the best burgers. The combinations of all the toppings plus a good tasting hamburger made this an extraordinary burger. The dish comes with home made chips or for an extra fee you can order vegetables or waffle fries.
Hint - Tuesday night is burger night - $7.50 burgers
The famous Lee Lynn crab cake sandwich is a 7 ounce all jumbo lump crab cake that is too die for. Loaded with lumps of crab, soft hints of Old Bay seasoning and minimal fillers this crab cake just melts in your mouth. My grandfather is a crab cake connoisseur. Really. He has eaten a lot of crab cakes in many different states. He thinks this is one of the best he's eaten. That says a lot.
Crab cake night is on Mondays - $11 sandwich and $13 dinner.
Lee Lynn's is also known for its salads, cream of crab soup, small plates and entrees. We've tried and liked the turkey club, summer salad, salmon entree and steak.
|Summer salad and Lee Lynn burger with sweet potato fries|
We highly recommend a trip to Lee Lynn's.