This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Piccadilly Restaurants for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Lately, I’ve been on this thing where I have been eating much healthier these days and have become addicted to salads. One of my favorite places to me and my husband love eating them are Piccadilly Restaurants and they have so many different varieties of salads to choose from. Piccadilly Cafeteria first opened in 1932 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Twelve years later, a budding restaurateur by the name of T. H. Hamilton took the reins with hopes of growing the business. Today, there are approximately 60 restaurants and 80 food service locations all across the southeast. Mix and match your tastes at Piccadilly! With their great Homestyle Veggie Plate everyone in your family can pick something different to share. Pick three sides and add your choice of freshly baked bread, all for $5.49. You have a huge selection of sides to choose from candied yams, bettered steamed cabbage, boiled new potatoes, corn and many more items to choose from.
With this being the middle of the summer, we’re still watching our figures and my husband watching his wallet there’s no better place to eat healthy and save money that Piccadilly. No matter what you prefer, Piccadilly will have the side that’s right up your alley with their various sides to choose from. So are you a Southern Belle who always goes for carrot soufflé?? A Yogi Devotee who sticks to broccoli florets? Or an American Classic who fills up on mac and cheese? No matter who you are, you can’t pass up Piccadilly’s Homestyle Veggie Plate! Pick three sides and add your choice of freshly baked bread, all for $5.49. You can even order a family meal also where you can mix and match where everyone can pick something different. After finishing your great meal, they have a variety of divine desserts you will love from peach cobbler, brownies, custard pie, coconut cake and my personal favorite carrot cake.
So what’s your favorite meal when you eat at Piccadilly? What are some of your favorite sides to have when you eat at Piccadilly?