References in periodicals archive ?
Francis hotel, a recent switch of the bar menu from chef-made creations like Lobster Corn Dogs, Soft Shell Crab Po Boy and Tuna Tartare, priced from $12 to $15, to lower-priced branded snacks is boosting food sales and winning praise from guests.
Our trio took less than three minutes to decide our order: Two Po Boy Sandwiches (one ham and one turkey) and one turkey plate with potato salad and baked beans with two halves of a toasted Swiss sandwich, a large tea ($1.
On the way back we discussed our sandwiches, and neither of us remembered having tasted cheese on our Po Boys, but it didn't matter.
Naked BBQ Chicken Po Boy: A toasted Po Boy baguette featuring two Naked Tenders and topped with BBQ sauce, lettuce and pickles
for Po Boy Tango by Kenneth Lin; the Old Globe in San Diego, for Back, Back Back by Itamar Moses and Cornelia by Mark Olsen; Oregon Shakespeare Festival of Ashland for Equivocation by Bill Cain; Pittsburgh Public Theater, for Harry's Friendly Service by Rob Zellers; Portland Stage Company of Maine, for Out of Sterno by Deborah Zoe Laufer; the Public Theater in New York City for Free Man of Color by John Guare; San Diego Repertory Theatre, for Princess and the Black-Eyed Pea by Karole Foreman and Andrew Chukerman; and South Coast Repertory of Costa Mesa, Calif.
Selections include Chef Al's Alaskan Crab Po Boy, Original Ale battered Halibut Po Boy, Original Ale battered Halibut and King Crab Cake Dinner.
Produced by Po Boy and the 2Zigg Zaggs (Afroman's back-up group), "Jobe Bells" harkens back to the childhood days of school time spoofing on Christmas carols.
Traditionally filled with fried oysters or shrimps, po boys have a festival dedicated to them every November, when they are served with jazz on the side.
The bands taking part were Munk, Funkhed and The Po Boys.