When New Orleans native Leo Spann Jr. found himself living in Dallas, TX, he sorely missed that Big Easy cuisine. And how could he not? Those Bourbon Street flavors can easily spoil a palate, getting accustomed to an unmatched bold taste. Seeing the lack of all his favorite foods in the Lone Star State, he decided to right that wrong with Po’ Boy Place. Now, Leo and his team roll through the city in their own trailer, granting Texans a little taste of the bayou.
As the name would imply, it’s all about the po’ boys here. These bakery fresh French baguettes come stuffed with every imaginable flavor, from the traditional to the innovative. You can nab an old-fashioned catfish fish po’ boy with a side of mac and cheese, for example. Or, treat yourself to something a bit more experimental. A PB&J in po’ boy form? What about adding some Vietnamese flare via bahn mi? Yes, please. If you’re drooling, congratulations. Now you know where to go the next time your stomach starts rumbling. Oh, and one more thing – they cater. So, don’t hesitate to book Po’ Boy Place for your next get-together. Guests will love the spread of lip-smackin’ sandwiches popping with N’awlins flavor.
The Pacemaker — A po’ boy stuffed with an epic mix of your choice of cajun oysters, shrimp, or chicken plus mayo, lettuce, bacon, eggs, and cheese.