Owned and operated by an experienced purveyor of po' boys across the Gulf Coast, Calliope's brings you a menu that's full of Creole flavor and secret family recipes. Each po' boy—available in 8" small, 11" regular, 16" large, and 32" extra large—is well dressed with lettuce, tomato, pickle, mayo, and a velour robe of fresh-baked French. Stuff your 'wich with fried catfish ($7.35), oyster ($8.95), roast beef smothered in gravy ($7.35), or turkey ($5.45); or you can try Calliope's own surf and turf po' boy ($9.55), a mixture of tender roast beef and double-fried shrimp (all prices reflect 8" small size). Complement your breaded beast with French fries covered in gravy and cheese ($3.59, large) or with the honey-glazed sweet-potato fries ($1.89, side). Calliope's lunch menu is available all day and features items such as two catfish fillets ($7.95) or six butterfly shrimp ($7.95), each served with fries and a side salad.