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Po’ Boys brings the eclectic taste of the bayou to Florida’s capital, sating hungry citizens with a zesty menu of Big Easy fare. Start a dining excursion by going green with an order of fried gator tail, seasoned, lightly breaded, and served with rémoulade sauce ($7.95), or Broward’s southern-fried pickles, accompanied by a sweet side of homemade honey mustard ($4.95). Main-course mealers can set their salivating sights on the house red-bean platter, a fluffy bed of rice adorned with andouille sausage or chicken and dusted with onions, tomatoes, and green peppers ($11.95), or give into the aqueous advances and irresistible charm of the oyster po’ boy, dressed in a dapper frock of lettuce, tomato, and homemade cocktail sauce ($7.45 half, $10.95 whole).
Serenade your sweet teeth with a saccharine song of banana's fosters cake ($5.95), or a puckering piece of key-lime pie ($4.95), all within a casual, celebratory atmosphere adorned with festive Mardi Gras memorabilia and nostalgic New Orleans photographs. Po’ Boys also offers up a full-service Sunday brunch, complete with eggs in all states of edible matter, from scrambled to supremely benedicted.
Eight Yelpers give the West Pensacola Street location an average of 3.5 stars and 68% of Urbanspooners like it; 10 Google Mappers give the East College Avenue location an average of three stars and 71% of Urbanspooners like it; and 63% of Urbanspooners like the Village Square Boulevard location. Although some reviewers are mixed about the service at the East College Avenue location, people love the fun atmosphere at all three spots.
Po' Boys Creole Cafe
Capturing the feel of the Big Easy throughout Florida, Po’ Boys surrounds diners with photos of New Orleans and Mardi Gras memorabilia, as well as the rich fragrances of gumbo and jambalaya. The menu presents fried pickles, gator baskets, po’boys, andouille sausage platters, and firecracker shrimp, which are proof one can never know what Mother Nature will do next. The downtown location remains festive with live music on the deck, while other locations, including the Killearn restaurant, host karaoke nights. Catering options are also available to bring bayou flavors to special events.