Brookland Baptist Church - 1066 Sunset Boulevard, W. Cola

Posted by The LunchMen Saturday, August 8, 2009

Friday was an important day at our office, as J.B. and Tebow wrapped up their summer jobs with us as they head into the last year of school. In addition to completing their work for the summer, these guys also had a big decision to make -where they wanted to go to lunch. They did not let us down, and they made a call so strong that it even brought out our own Queen of Frozen Cuisine. The boys sent us to none other than the lunch buffet hosted five days a week at the Banquet and Conference Center at Brookland Baptist Church.

Brookland updates their menu weekly, and at our office, we check it every Monday. For an even $10 (they take cards, too) this Friday featured Southern fried chicken, baked chicken, country fried steak, fried flounder, and fried shrimp. The veggies included cabbage and fried okra, along with grits and fresh mashed potatos for those of us who aren't avoiding carbs. Notice a trend here? Lots of good, fried food awaits you at Brookland. However, if you prefer something lighter, Brookland has a fresh salad bar (with excellent cole slaw) and a made-to-order pasta station with a ton of options for you. Pies, cakes, and banana pudding are always available for dessert, and if you're lucky, you'll stop in on peach cobbler day. The cobbler is #2 in town, second only to Mac's on Main.

Brookland is a staple for us, and they helped us send our friends J.B. and K.C. back to school in fine fashion. If you want good, Southern comfort food in a relaxing setting served by smiling waitresses, then Brookland is your place, too.

- Tank

If you want the weekly menu, here it is! http://www.brooklandbaptist.org/menu_bbcc.htm


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Rabbit, Tank, and The Publican are three dudes just trying to get through the work week here in Columbia. Rabbit is a Columbia native, Tank is from Charleston, and The Publican hails from Greenville. Rabbit's favorite lunch spot is the No Name Deli on Elmwood, where you may find him putting down a grilled chicken salad and a side of vinegar pasta. The Publican usually wants to find food to cure his all-too-common hangovers. Tank claims no favorite lunch spot - he lives for the thrill of the hunt.