Crispy Fried Catfish with Remoulade ($9)
Giant pieces of fried and tender catfish. The crisp of the batter, the tomatoes and the soft interior of the bread create a great combination of textures. Simple, unassuming, but a great example of the classic New Orleans sandwich.
Hot Roast Beef with Debris Gravy ($7.5)
If you're not familiar with debris gravy, it's made after simmering a cut of beef in seasoned beef stock, then taking that beef, shredding it, and sticking it back in the pot. You then take that beef in beef madness and pour it over more beef. That's what you're seeing with the roast beef po boy. Beef on beef on beef, and it's as delicious as it sounds.
Gulf Shrimp Fried with Remoulade ($10)
Large chunks of Gulf shrimp individually battered and fried. Another classic, no-fuss New Orleans po boy.
Soup Du Jour: Duck and Andouille Sausage ($3.5/$6)
One of the soups of the day: a gumbo with duck and andouille sausages. Large chunks of duck and sausage add a rich flavor to an already flavor packed gumbo.
Classic Beignets ($5)
$5 gets you three large beignets. Each lightly fried to achieve a thin, crisp shell with a pillowy cloud of dough inside.