Gator baskets, seafood gumbo, jambalaya, and red beans and rice, served amid Big Easy memorabilia
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Gator bites, mudbug burgers, and fried pickles—Po’ Boys Creole Café clearly is well-stocked with a sense of humor and adventure as well as with deep-fried gator tail and crawfish covered in remoulade sauce. And, of course, with the namesake towering pressed sandwiches, ranging from oyster- and fish-stuffed versions to ones modeled after Philly cheesesteaks to their most popular, the buffalo chicken po. The menu continues its sprawl with seafood gumbo, red bean and rice platters, and jambalaya, which are proof that one can never know what Mother Nature will do next.