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BB's Tex-Orleans is one of Houston's favorite restaurants for late-night hearty eats. The chain specializes in Cajun-inspired cuisine and is locally known for its fresh crawfish boils. However, those looking for a great sandwich will be pleasantly pleased. With ten locations conveniently serving the Houston metropolitan area, one should be easy to find. As a Texas-New Orleans fusion restaurant, the menu features a great selection of Po'boy sandwiches served up in a variety of different ways. The award-winning sandwiches are made with ingredients shipped in daily straight from New Orleans. For example, seafood Po'boys can be stuffed with fresh catfish, crawfish, shrimp, and even oysters. If you're looking for some recommendations, the most popular Po'boys include the traditional fried seafood, the Surf & Turf, and the spicy South Texas Fire. Many repeat customers rave about BB's Tex-Orleans' Surf & Turf Po'boy, a unique blend of Fried Gulf shrimp, roast beef debris, tomato, and pepper jack cheese. Foodies that crave spice will appreciate the South Texas fire which includes jalapenos, fajita beef, and a melted pepper jack cheese topping.
All Po'boy sandwiches are served on soft and fresh Leidenheimer French bread and can be ordered in either half or full-sized portions. Fries are included with each order and can be made Tex-Cajun-style—topped with gravy, roast beef, and queso for just a few dollars more.
Cover photo courtesy BB's Tex-Orleans.