Po Boys / Plate Lunches - One Of The Area's Most Delicious Traditions
A trip to New Orleans Plantation Country wouldn’t be complete without devoting a meal to one of the area’s most delicious Louisiana cuisine traditions: the Louisiana Po-Boy. This classic, French bread sandwich dates back to 1929, when two brothers created an inexpensive meal to serve New Orleans streetcar drivers who were on strike. Today, a variety of Louisiana Po-Boy sandwiches can be found on menus across the region, like fried shrimp, roast beef and gravy, hot sausage and more. Visit one of the many Po-Boy shops in Louisiana, and order it “dressed” to have the full experience. Yum!