Po' boys are a time-honored tradition of the American South, second only to stealing magnolias and midnight Yankee tipping. Indulge in refined Southern customs with today’s Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of Southern fare at A Taste of New Orleans in the Quail Creek Golf Course Clubhouse in Fairhope.
In 2006, New Orleans native and University of Mobile alum Monica Tucker set up shop downtown to remedy the absence of Louisianan fare in Mobile. Most po' boys, which come stuffed with beef, pork, and poultry, can be ordered in a low-carb wrap robe ($7.95–$12.95). Traditional muffalettas melt swiss and provolone cheeses on thin-sliced Boar's Head–brand Black Forest ham, Genoa salami, and mortadella hugged by Leidenheimer bread ($13.95). Mini lucky dogs or grilled cheeses pacify children like the palm of a mother or the soliloquy of a community-theater actor. Adults can indulge in house specials, such as jambalaya and the house-invented Fromage Poulet, posted daily on Twitter. For mornings, enliven sleepy taste buds with sweet beignets ($2.29 for three, $8.99 for a dozen) or breakfast plates ($4.25–$10.52) served from 6:30 a.m.
19841 Quail Creek Dr.
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