B’s Po Boy – 30 Day Road Trip: Indianapolis, IN

Thank you VisitIndy.com for the complimentary gift cards to help facilitate this post. All opinions are my own. #LoveIndy

30 Day Road Trip: Indianapolis

Indianapolis

In case you missed it, I am on a 30 day road trip around the country with my 4 kids and my little sister! Check out the details here.

One of our stops during our 30 days on the road was Indianapolis, IN. You guys! I can’t even begin to tell you how awesome this city is, and how much fun we had. VisitIndy.com helped us set up an awesome itinerary full of food and fun!

One of the places we ate was B’s Po Boy!

B's Po Boy, a cajun, creole, NOLA inspired restaurant in Indy, IN

Isn’t it a cute place? I just loved how darling it was.

Po Boy Outside 2

It was clean, had a great interior, and a cozy atmosphere! And even had VooDoo dolls, and NOLA theme! I had to explain what VooDoo was to my kids. Great fun!

Inside of PoBoys

The food was delicious! It was authentic Po Boys, Cajun food, and Creole! In fact, they even had alligator on the menu. Of course, I had to order it because I wanted my kids to try it.

Alligator Bites

This restaurant was really fun. Not only because the menu was fun, but it actually had activities for while you wait for your food. Out on the patio there is Jenga and Bocce, and the servers will happily help you get a game going. My kids had so much fun out there I had to drag them to the table to eat.

Jenga Po Boy

Needless to say, my kids had a blast with the Jenga!

poboy sandwich

And then we ate! And ate! And ate! I ate my po boy so fast, I barely remembered to get a picture, a terrible one too, but don’t let it fool you, this BBQ shrimp po boy was delicious!

Po boy menu

If you find yourself in Indianapolis, head over to South Shelby Street to B’s Po Boy and give it a try! Even my picky little eater liked it!

About Rachael

I am Rachael, I have a passion for all things travel. I have an incurable wanderlust, and a need to see and do. I have four littles that call me "mom" and I am currently wading through the ever changing tides of parenting. I am figuring out what works, and what doesn't. And, I have a passion for food. In fact, I have an entire website dedicated to food www.eazypeazymealz.com. I love to eat, cook, and try new things.

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