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THE POOR BOY PASSPORT CHALLENGE HAS ENDED – THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR PARTICIPATING! CCRC IS CONTINUING TO OFFER THE $6 SPECIAL POOR BOYS AT EACH PARTICIPATING LOCATION – PLEASE HELP US CONTINUE TO SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY AND SECOND HARVEST!

Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts is reopening many of our restaurants with specially priced six-inch, $6 poor boys! In celebration of getting back to business, the Ammari brothers are taking inspiration from the Martin brothers, who offered the original poor boy sandwiches to New Orleans transit workers during the Great Depression. Creole Cuisine is donating $1 from each sandwich to the Second Harvest Food Bank, where every dollar feeds four people. TABASCO® brand is matching guest donations, and Leidenheimer Baking Co. is donating their famous bread. Broussard’s is serving a Shrimp Rémoulade poor boy, Café Maspero is serving a Southern Fried Fish poor boy, Ernst Café is serving a Roast Beef poor boy, Royal House is serving a “Peacemaker” Shrimp and Oyster poor boy, and Tommy’s is serving a classic Meatball poor boy.

Through 6/30/20: Participate in our “Poor Boy Passport Challenge”! Visit all five restaurants to get a stamp for each of the five poor boys purchased and you will receive a $100 gift card to use at any Creole Cuisine establishment and some restaurant swag, too. With all five stamps, you will have provided 40 meals to Second Harvest Food Bank. Contact poorboypassport@creolecuisine.com if you are a winner! Poor Boy Passport winners must claim prize by 7/31/20.

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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:

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Poor Boy Passport Challenge Details: Employees of Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts (CCRC) and their immediate family members, and contest sponsors are not eligible. Contact poorboypassport@creolecuisine.com if you are a winner and to set up a date and time to pick up your prize. Completed Passport must be presented in person to claim prize. All prizes must be claimed in person at 311 Decatur St New Orleans, LA 70130 during regular business hours and within thirty (30) business days of the end of the Challenge 6/30/20. CCRC reserves the right to limit the number of times an individual may claim a Passport Challenge prize.

Creole Cuisine’s family of New Orleans restaurants, located throughout the French Quarter and beyond, offers guests the opportunity to enjoy one of the most historical, unique locales in the United States. Immerse yourself in our culture while enjoying rich, local flavors in a variety of traditional and contemporary dishes.