These 10 Restaurants Serve The Best Po’Boys In Mississippi

When it comes to iconic Mississippi dishes, there are quite a few, and the po’boy is definitely one of them. The sandwich originated in New Orleans in 1918; although, Mississippian Vincent Rosetti is credited with creating the pressed po’boy, which is a regular po’boy that’s toasted in a heavy grill. Regardless of where it was invented, the po’boy is just as much a part of Mississippi cuisine as fried catfish and barbecue. Craving a po’boy yet? You’re in luck. We’ve looked around and these 10 restaurants serve some of the best in the state.

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