Eat By Numbers: Lincoln

When you dine out, you might think about the ingredients that go into your food, but you probably don’t think about all the numbers that make your meal happen. Restaurants are filled with interesting figures that might not be apparent when you bite into an enticing entrée or take a sip of a signature cocktail, but they’re all around you.

This week we take a stately walk over to the seasonal small plates eatery Lincoln. In between doing our best presidential impressions, we find out the number of eggs they crack open every week, just how many house-made rolls they bake, and the shocking number of copper cups have been pilfered by patrons.



Seats in restaurant: 180

Small plates offered on the dinner menu: 35

Copper cups that have been stolen since opening: Roughly 500

Copper cups remaining that now sit on display: One

House-made rolls baked every week: 1,020

Build-a-biscuits sold every Sunday brunch: Approximately 48

Eggs used every week: 1,500

Deviled eggs sold every week: 650

Click over to CityEats’ Plate blog now to get the rest of the numbers.


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