The definition of a "hole-in-the-wall" establishment, what this place lacks in fancy decor is more than made up for in the expansive menu that puts many diners twice, or heck, 10 times its size to shame.Unless you're the supreme hater of all haters who gonna hate, there's nothing bad you can say about breakfast served morning, noon and night. Which is just one of the reasons why Brookland Grill is awesome. The definition of a "hole-in-the-wall" establishment, what this place lacks in fancy decor is more than made up for in the expansive menu that puts many diners twice, or heck, 10 times its size to shame. "We're a mini-restaurant," said Charles, Brookland Grill's owner, whose smile is so warm it could probably cook the eggs. And speaking of the eggs, try the Chicken Spinach Omelet. Made-to-order (just like everything else here), this omelet didn't lack for either flavor or size. "We serve up pretty good sized portions," said Charles, who pointed out a 1/2 lb burger on the griddle. And no, that's not supersized. "That's just the size we like here," he said. Of course, if for whatever you want something larger (maybe you're a sumo wrestler?), "We can make that a double." I'll let you do the math, but me? I'll stick to a piping hot waffle with fresh-cut strawberries and whipped cream, washed down with an ice cream smoothie. Breakfast (lunch or dinner) of champion gluttons.
Chicken Spinach Omelet, $7.25
Chicken and Waffles, $6.99
Pancakes, eggs and sausage, $6.95
8 oz. Cheeseburger, $5.55
Triple Decker Club Sandwich, $7.25
16 oz. Smoothie, $4.15
Monday - Saturday, 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday, 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.