Lynny’s, a new trailer specializing in fresh, homemade biscuits and quick breads, opened in the Govalle neighborhood at 705 Gunter St., Austin, on Aug. 2.

On the menu

Lynny’s star menu item is the fresh biscuits, which are used as a vessel for jam, used for the base of sandwiches, layered into parfaits and added into affogatos.

The menu also includes other “diner classics,” the owners said, including quiches, pies, pancakes and grilled cheese, as well as coffee and espresso drinks.

Meet the owners

Lynny’s is owned by Lynn Metcalf and Erin Gentry, two longtime Austinites who are “all about “drinking delicious coffee and eating great food,” they said in an email. Metcalf is a third-generation restauranteur with experience at many local eateries, including Magnolia Cafe, Bouldin Creek Cafe, Stubb’s BBQ, Kome Sushi Kitchen, Bufalina and Epoch Coffee. Gentry comes with decades of management, event planning and community organizing experience, and is the reason why Lynny’s sells her abuela’s chipotles adobados, the pair said.

Lynny’s is open Wednesdays-Fridays from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. and Saturdays-Sundays from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.