The 5 Largest Po’Boys in DFW That Will Fall Off Your Plate

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By Rachel Miller, NewsCastic

Nothing feels better than dining on a tasty po’boy in the summer afternoons while washing it down with a cold beverage. Po’boys are a staple meal in southern culture. You can dress up your po’boy any way your heart desires. With plenty of seafood options in DFW, some restaurants specialize in creating succulent po’boys. Here are five places you can get your hands on some of the best po’boys around.

 

Wicked PoBoys

Wicked PoBoys, specializes in well, wicked po’boys. On the breakfast side, they offer your choice of bacon, sausage or ham, Swiss or American cheese and two eggs to your liking all served on hot, French bread for just $5.50.

For lunch, there’s a variety of po’boys to choose from, such as Texas BBQ Shrimp, Fried Oyster and even Crawfish etouffee.

Located: 1811 N. Greenville Ave., Suite 400, Richardson.

 

Bucky Moonshine’s

Formerly known as Alligator Cafe in Deep Ellum, Bucky Moonshine’s serves your ordinary seafood po’boys from crawfish, shrimp, catfish and fried oysters.

The true stand out from their po’boy menu is the Texas style short rib. For just $10, you can get the Short Rib po’boy that’s paired with Provolone cheese and served with their special aus jus.

Located: 2912 Elm St., Dallas.

 

Nola Grill Frisco

If you’re a lover of all things fried, Nola Grill in Frisco is the place to go! The majority of their po’boys are made with fried food from catfish, chicken breast, shrimp and oysters.

Nola Grill also serves a special Gulf Shrimp Dill and Creole Tomato Shrimp Salad po’boy that you can’t get anywhere else.

Located: 8898 Coleman Blvd., Frisco.

 

The Free Man

At The Free Man’s, all po’boys are priced at $12.95. Their po’boy menu ranges from alligator and chicken to catfish, shrimp and oysters. Some of their menu options can either be fried or grilled.

For the vegetarians who’d love to get their hands on a po’boy, The Free Man has a spinach po’boy option for you.

Located: 2626 Commerce St., Dallas.

 

Po Boys Cajun Food to Geaux

Po Boys Cajun Food to Geaux promises to offer authentic New Orleans style food right here in the Metroplex. For their po’boys, they use fresh Gambinos bread straight from Louisiana.

Try their Voodoo boy, which features blackened sausage, blackened chicken blackened ham, cheddar, fried pickles and crispy bacon for $11.95. Or for $13.95 you can try their Dirty Boy, which is pictured above.

Located: 1848 E. Rosemeade Pkwy., Carrollton.

 

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