What you’re getting: The Who Dat Burger Po-boy
Bayou Blue might not be the classiest joint in the state, but what it lacks in sophistication it makes up for in friendly portion sizes and prices. Take, for instance, its homage to the New Orleans Saints, a Who Dat Burger dressed with melted cheese, mayo, lettuce, tomato, smoky BBQ sauce, mustard, pickles, grilled onions, *and* fried onion rings. Yeah, you’re not leaving this place hungry, that’s for sure.
What you’re getting: Roast beef po-boy
There are few places outside of New Orleans that properly execute a roast beef po-boy smothered in “debris” gravy, but Mr. PoBoy is definitely one of them. It’s juicy, meaty, sloppy deliciousness -- but Mr. PoBoy’s fried shrimp shouldn’t be overlooked, either.
What you’re getting: Fried shrimp po-boy
Okay, so yeah, Danny & Clyde’s is a gas station chain. You know what else? It has really, really good po-boys. Seriously! Sometimes you need to fill up your own tank with a loaf overstuffed with fried shrimp while you’re on the road. And if that’s the case, you could do so much worse than Danny & Clyde’s.
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