Poor House Bistro
Poor House's menu of Southern classics can scrub the hunger off any appetite. Start with a plate of blackened chicken wings (with celery and blue-cheese dressing, $8.25) before kicking off your shoes to jambalaya (simmering chicken and smoked sausage in a tomato-based Creole blend, $13.75) or crawfish pasta ($13.75). Sandwichers relish the flavors of a classic muffaletta's salami, ham, mortadella, provolone, and olive-salad mix ($10.50 for a half, $18.50 for a whole). Poor House is known for its seafood po' boys; try fried catfish, fried oyster, or fried or BBQ shrimp served on a french-style roll with homemade sauces, shredded cabbage, and pickles (each $9.25). Sweeten the meal with three freshly made beignets ($4.75) or sweet-potato fries sprinkled with cinnamon sugar ($4.75).