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  • ledroittiger

    I wasn’t blown away, though I’ve only tried the fried shrimp po’boy. I hear the roast beef is tasty.

    Most important thing is Zapp’s Cajun Dill chips.

  • Ask for the Radiator. I don’t think it’s on the menu, but it’s fried clams and shrimp po’boy.

  • The roast beef po boy and the barbecued pork po boy are both delicious and generously portioned. The shrimp po boy is pretty good, with a nice light breading, but on the pricey side for what you get. The oyster po boy was disappointing; you get something like three oysters for $12, and mine were gritty. They have a nice patio when the weather is good, but there is almost no good space to eat inside.

  • I’m not a po boy expert so I don’t know how authentic they are. They have hefty, messy (I mean that as a compliment) sandwiches that taste good. The outdoor seating is nice, indoor is all business. They’re always busy at lunchtime for takeout but move people through the production line quickly. It’s nice to have an increasing number of places in this part of town that have some character, not just millions of pret, corner bakery, ABP and sweetgreen clones.

  • The bread isn’t what I think of when I think of a po’ boy. It’s a good sandwich though.

  • exceeded my expectations. generous helpings and all in all pretty good for dc

  • this place is definitely legit, albeit a tad strange (ordering, but apparently due to regulations) and pricey. love when people bash the bread–you’re kidding, right? they ship it in from NO.

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