Service: Hectic, with a lot of busy staff and a lot of hungry guests in a very cramped space. Names are called out constantly and repetitively during peak hours and fighting for a seat or a hot sauce bottle can be cut throat. And… it’s worth it. Once you have a table, unlimited free side dishes are delivered almost instantly. Good thing as they DO take their time perfecting your po-boy.
Booze: N/A, but they serve some mean cane sugar craft sodas.
AYCE sides | red beans, tomato creole, mushroom étouffée, corn bread, bread pudding, coleslaw, applesauce, french bread and MORE all free for dine-in
Muffuletta | Sicilian-style sandwich with cold-cut sausages, provolone, and olive salad $ 8
Hand-breaded Catfish po-boy | with slaw and vouxdoux mayo on crunchy French bread $ 9.50
Smoked Sausage po-boy | with slaw and vouxdoux mayo on crunchy French bread $ 9.50
The sides—more like appetizers—were all pretty good. Sweet corn bread, spicy red beans and even spicier tomato creole.
I skipped on sampling the muffuletta due to my hatred of olives, but my man says, he says, “It was really good. It was done right. But it was small.” He is big. However, I have to agree that it was quite skimpy in comparison. My po-boy, dressed with house-made coleslaw, “vouxdoux” mayonnaise and a pan-fried catfish filet was… Fucking Righteous. Intentions of sharing half went straight out the window at first bite; I devoured the entire drippy, glorious mess like a boss. Don’t even care. It’s okay, that just meant Jay had to go for round-two: SAUSAGE. Sinful, hot, fatty, deliciously smoked sausage.
Kudos: Wicked hot sauce, gluten-free options and vegan friendly.
Overall: Yeah… Uh… I’m addicted.
8950 E 10th St
Indianapolis, IN 46219