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Beignets - 3 per order - fried pastry sprinkled with powdered sugar (made famous by a popular little place called Café Du Monde)
Country Cornbread Muffins
Hush Puppies

Zapp's potato chips - Louisiana's own
Cajun Crinkle Fries
Creole Curly Fries

Onion Rings
Peanut Coleslaw
Potato Salad (aka Poto)
(Fried Pickle Chips with Remoulade for dipping)
Skillet Potatoes - with red onion
Green Salad


Big Easy Comfort Foods

Joan's Jambalaya - spicy dish comprised of a mixture of chicken, andouille sausage, and rice
Abby's Red Beans and Rice - slow cooked red kidney beans with ham served over rice then finished w/ grilled Andouille
Gumbo – a seasoned chicken/sausage or seafood stew served with rice
Shrimp Creole – shrimp cooked in a vegetable / tomato stock then served over rice
BBQ Shrimp - not what you might expect from the name – jumbo shrimp sauteed in butter, beer and spices - french bread provided for dipping

Crescent City Po-Boys
- A sandwich consisting of a 7" French loaf with freshly cooked Louisiana favorites piled on.
- Please specify the following:
dressed - w/ mayo, lettuce, tomato
bayou classic - dressed + dill pickle

shrimp (fried or mustard-fried)
mixed shrimp+oyster
(fried, mustard-fried, blackened, or grilled)
(blackened or grilled)
(blackened or grilled)
(fried, mustard-fried, blackened, or grilled)
soft-shell crab
chicken strips
(fried, mustard-fried, blackened, or grilled)
popcorn chicken
(fried or mustard-fried)
roast beef with debris gravy
way out west sirloin
(see below)

The story behind the name: In the late 1920s two brothers who were former streetcar conductors opened a sandwich shop near the French Market in New Orleans. During the streetcar conductor strike in the late 1920s, they provided free sandwiches to those striking and as one would approach the shop, the brothers would shout - "Here comes another poor boy!"

Bayou Baskets
- Many of the Po-Boy favorites listed above prepared as baskets with a side.

- New Orleans classic - round sandwich stacked with olive salad, ham, salami, mozzarella and provolone.

Way Out West Sirloin
- Learned this one after moving out West to Bakersfield, CA. This is a beef Tri-Tip cut marinated in select beer, then dry rubbed with a secret blend of spices and barbecued to perfection.

Crawfish Boils
Louisiana crawfish flown in live, purged and boiled with potatoes and corn on the cob. Available year round.