When Lynn Sr. got his opportunity to open up his own restaurant, the first thing he had to do was to find a building on sale. After some searching, the best he could find was a defunct seafood restaurant called Something Fishy that smelled bad and looked like it was on the verge of collapsing in itself. Although repulsed by its grody appearance, the family agreed to help Lynn Sr. renovate the restaurant until it became the new restaurant it is now.
Once the restaurant became what it is now, and after Lynn Sr. hired Kotaro and Grant, all that was left was to promote it. Due to a spelling error on the flyers he intended to use, the kids agreed to help their father promote the restaurant themselves. However, when they couldn't settle on what to do, Lincoln and Clyde decided to film a commercial that they manage to get on the air, resulting in attracting customers. Unfortunately, just when the customers begin to arrive, the sisters come in and state that they've enacted their own respective promotion to the restaurant, causing Lynn Sr. to be overworked due to trying to fulfill every one of them. When Lynn Sr. tells the kids that they're giving more than he can handle, Leni accidentally opens the kitchen doors on him, knocking him out. Because of this, Lincoln announces to the customers that they can't fulfill on all the promises they made but agrees to offer them high quality food. As the customers are being served, Lucy arrives and says that she managed to convince Katherine Mulligan to come and interview Lynn Sr. Since Lynn Sr. is still knocked out, the kids have to control him like a marionette to answer Katherine's questions. The interview is a success, and Katherine encourages her viewers to go eat at the restaurant.
In "Recipe for Disaster", Lynn Sr. lost his cookbook, so he tried to make his dishes without it and left Lincoln and Clyde to find it. It was later revealed that the book was missing, because Leni mistook it for a library book.
In "Can't Hardly Wait", Lynn Sr. gave Lori a temporary job so that he could spend some time with her before she moves to college. Lori was bad at every task, but turned out to be a good manager.
In "Tough Cookies", Lincoln and Clyde visited Lynn Sr. in his restaurant to discuss cookie business with him. Lynn Sr. also had a problem with a malfunctioning kitchen ventilation.
In "Feast or Family", Lynn Sr. wanted Luan to inherit his restaurant, but after he put too much pressure on her, she refused.
In The Loud House Movie, the Louds gather at Lynn's Table to celebrate their trophies. However, various Royal Woods citizens deem the Loud sisters as local celebrities, causing Lincoln to feel left out and want to gain the spotlight for himself.
In "Schooled!", Lincoln makes Principal Ramirez meet him at the restaurant so that they can negotiate into moving him out of Mr. Bolhofner's class.
In "Band Together", the Moon Goats eat at Lynn's Table, where they seek to be discovered by Katie Crest. After Crest discovers them, they perform a song at the restaurant due to her agreeing to listen to them.
In "Much Ado About Noshing", a Nosh user named New_Nosher_123 rates the restaurant with thirty thumbs-downs. The Louds later invite Principal Huggins, Mr. Grouse, Scoots, Mrs. Bernardo, and Flip, who were all suspects of being New_Nosher_123, to eat at Lynn's Table so that they can determine which one of them is New_Nosher_123, and they all have to serve them particular meals. However, it is later revealed that New_Nosher_123 was actually Lynn Sr., who accidentally made his Nosh account and was leaving the bad reviews with his butt.
In "Dad Reputation", The Doo Dads perform at Lynn's Table, and Luna's siblings work to make sure that nobody at the restaurant leaves with a video of her playing in the band recorded (as to not be seen by the Moon Goats.
In "Don't Escar-go", Clyde goes to Lynn's Table to study French cooking from Lynn Sr. However, he mixes up the instructions for making escargot with the orders that Lynn Sr. gives to the other cooks.
In "Flip This Flip", Flip goes on a date with Tammy Gobblesworth, which begins at Lynn's Table.
In "The Taunting Hour", Lincoln takes Lynn to the restaurant to show her how their father is being criticized. Later in the episode, while making a dish that is not Lasagna in the kitchen, Lynn Sr. imagines Mr. Grouse talking to him and criticizing him for making inedible food, which intimidates him to the point where he freezes up.
In "Musical Chairs", the Doo Dads (renamed the Raging Bolhofners, per Mr. Bolhofner's request) perform at Lynn's Table. However, the gig becomes a bust when the hard rock music drives out all of the customers.
In "Dine and Bash", the kids take over Lynn's Table while Lynn Sr. has to leave for a wedding gig with the Doo Dads. When Guy Grazer shows up to review the restaurant, the kids scramble to make a decent impression, and Guy surprisingly enjoys the experience.