Po-boy Paradise: A Symphony of New Orleans Flavors

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Discover the Best New Orleans Po-Boys at Joe’s Cafe, home to more than just delicious donuts! Our mouthwatering po-boys are crafted to perfection, served on authentic Leidenheimer French bread. Opt for a combo and enjoy golden fries (or half-order of crispy onion rings) plus a refreshing soft drink or iced tea—a satisfying meal for both your cravings and your wallet.


3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

It’s Happy Hour at Joe’s Café, and we have an unbelievable deal for you!

Our Joe’s Café Po-boy Happy Hour Meal Deal includes a half-priced Po-boy Combo that comes with fries and a drink! That means many of our delicious Joe’s Po-boy combos will start as low as 4.99!

Yup, you can fill your belly with a Po-boy combo for half price during Happy Hour Monday-Thursday 3 pm- 5 pm!

Visit any Joe’s Café location for our limited time happy hour dine-in special!

Explore Our Po-Boy Options

Choose from classic hamburger or cheeseburger po-boys, savory roast beef and gravy po-boys, or seafood delights like shrimp or fish po-boys. Lighter options include turkey or ham po-boys, and for a kick, try the hot sausage or the smoky goodness of smoked sausage. Or indulge in a hearty bone-in pork chop.

At Joe’s Cafe, every po-boy combo combines quality and value, making us your go-to spot for an authentic taste of New Orleans.

Popular Orders

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Roast Beef with Gravy

Joe’s Cafe celebrates the Po’boy which is a unique sandwich with a rich history.

The sandwich gained huge popularity due to the locally made bread which is crispy on the exterior and incredibly soft on the interior. Today, this Louisiana staple is commonly served with French fries and gravy, and it is recommended to pair it with a cold soft drink or an iced tea, the house wine of the south.

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Fried Shrimp

The Po-Boy originated from Louisiana in the early 20th century, when it was invented by two brothers named Benny and Clovis Martin. The Martins opened a sandwich shop in New Orleans and started to make po’boys with French bread filled with a variety of meat or seafood such as roast beef, ham and cheese, or shrimps.

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The combinations of ingredients are virtually infinite. The name of the sandwich refers to the moment when one of the New Orleans streetcar conductors, who were on strike at the time, entered the Martins’ shop, and someone shouted: “Here comes another po-boy!”