When some older friends treated us to their favorite after church spot we weren't expecting to go to our old neighborhood. It was surprising to see that the Broiler was still there. We had eaten there once when we lived in Wedgwood in the early 80's. At the time it was over our price range. The prices aren't cheap, but you definitely get what you pay for. The food is simple, American staples, but tastes better than the usual franchise fare. My husband got a huge omelet that came with an equally huge amount of hash browns. I ordered the Cheese, bacon and tomato sandwich. It was so big I could only finish half! Our friends ordered seafood dinners that came with baked potatoes. Be sure to ask for extra toppings. Next time I've got to try one! It was actually a nice change from our usual eclectic, exotic brunch choices. It is a little tired and worn and is definitely from another era. As an interracial couple we were treated like everyone else, even though the feel and décor are like going back in time. The staff is friendly and there is plenty of parking, another throwback to a bygone era!