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Lizard’s Thicket Adds Kale Salad to Menu

Lizard’s Thicket, which has 15 restaurants in the Midlands and Florence, has added a fresh Kale Salad to its list of 27 available sides.

Made with raw, leafy kale, cranberries, shredded carrots and a tangy Italian-style dressing, the Kale Salad is available as a side item with any meat-and-vegetable plate ($5.99 – $7.99) or as part of any all-vegetable plate ($5.49 – $6.49).

“We’re proud to be a Columbia and South Carolina institution for serving great, fresh meals to families at a great price,” said Bobby Williams, chairman of Lizard’s Thicket. “Our trademark is comfort food, but we know that today’s busy families see Lizard’s Thicket as a place to gather when they can’t cook at home, and having healthier options that taste great, like this kale salad and many of our other salads and baked chicken, for example, is important to us.”

More information about Lizard’s Thicket and a list of locations is available here.

Lizard’s Thicket, a family-owned and operated country cooking restaurant specializing in authentic regional Southern home cooking at reasonable prices, was first opened by Bob and Anna Williams in Columbia, S.C. in 1977. The business has grown to a multi-unit operation with more than 800 employees including Bob and Anna’s children and grandchildren.

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