The po’ boy is traditional submarine sandwich from Louisiana. There are countless stories as to the origin of the term po’ boy. One theory claims the “po’ boy” was coined in a New Orleans restaurant founded by a former street car employee. In 1929, during a four-month strike against a streetcar company, the owner served his former colleagues free sandwiches. His restaurant workers jokingly referred to the strikers as “poor boys,” and soon the sandwiches themselves took on the name. In Louisiana dialect, this is naturally shortened to “po’ boy.”
The Where Ya At version is served on New Orlean’s-style French bread made especially for us by a local baker and dressed with lettuce, tomato, pickles, Mama Lil’s Pickled Peppers and house-made aioli.
Big Bold Creole Pork
Smothered Chicken Andouille Sausage
A traditional sandwich inspired by the New Orleans Italian community. Mortadella, sopressata, coppa, house-made olive salad and provolone cheese served on a traditional roll.
A rich and delicious traditional Cajun stew with rice, chicken, and our house-cured Andouille sausage.
Made with tomatoes and thickened with okra with chicken and house-made Andouille sausage.
Red Beans & Rice5
Our red beans & rice are vegan and gluten-free! Add andouille for a meaty option.
Shrimp & Grits