One of the better Roast Beef Po-Boy options around
by Napoleon on 8/27/13
This place is around the corner from a friend's house, so I often stop by to pick up sandwiches before heading over.
It's a very tiny place with maybe five tables. So I usually get to go. The po boy is cooked to it's very tender, and isn't overcooked and mushy like in many places, nor is it dry and flaky. It's in the middle and is very good. I like the option with sauteed onions and peppers.
The other poboys are good, but get the roast beef on the first trip.