Enjoy Cajun Cooking at Po Boy Jim

Po Boy Jim just opened its second location in the U Street Corridor a few days ago. That means you have easy access to its New Orleans-inspired bites and craft cocktails during brunch, lunch, dinner, and late-night. The next time you’re craving French toast, head to the Sunday brunch and dig into three thick slices of it smothered with bananas foster or strawberries. If you’re in the mood for eggs, try the crab cake Benedict or the catfish and grits.

When you grab dinner, start with a snack like a “flight” of wings smothered with your choice of three signature sauces. Then devour a specialty or traditional po’boy. The specialty options encompass everything from steak and cheese to lobster with lemon-garlic butter, while the traditional options include crawfish, fried oysters, and Andouille sausage.