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9591 S Main St., Houston

$10 for $15 Value Towards Southern Cuisine at Sleepy's Po-Boys

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New Orleans–inspired southern eatery specializing in po’boys packed with shrimp, hamburger, and smoked sausage

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RUSSIANNEtop reviewer
35 ratings7 reviews
7 hours ago
Shrimp & Chicken Platter is my favorite, don't forget the Big Shot Pineapple cold drink 😜 Macaroni & Cheese is off the chain. Gots to try the Stuffed shrimp boudin, fried fish. Let me put you on that hot sausage with cheese, dressed poboy. 😋 Everything was hot and fresh. Keep up the good job Sleepy's.
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DEMETRIUStop reviewer
41 ratings20 reviews
November 21, 2021
Excellent customer service
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Davidtop reviewer
27 ratings11 reviews
November 19, 2021
Poboy was good. Dirty rice was boring. White rice with hamburger and no spices.
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danatop reviewer helpful reviewer
41 ratings21 reviews
November 18, 2021
Food was great!!
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bevtop reviewer
7 ratings7 reviews2 photos
November 13, 2021
Better the third time around. Chicken wings were not salty as before. I also ordered fried oyster platter which was about the best item that I ordered. The customer service has always been great!
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Guest
2 ratings1 reviews
November 12, 2021
Always friendly staff & great service.
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juanitatop reviewer
31 ratings26 reviews
November 6, 2021
They are a small business, but their food is very good. always fresh and perfectly cooked. I always enjoy my food. The staff is always friendly. There is a small wait time because they never cook your food until ordered. Their is no pre cooked food other than their gumbo or etouffee.
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Latricetop reviewer
19 ratings9 reviews
November 1, 2021
I have been eating at Sleepy’s since they first opened. The serve use to be extremely slow, it’s so much better now. I moved out of the area and decided to get some fish while in the area. The fish and shrimp were delicious. Red beans and rice was dry and over cooked, and salad included with meal needs dressing packet. Minor fixes, overall the seafood is great.
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About This Deal

  • Type of cuisine: Southern
  • Valid for takeout and dine-in if available
  • Valid for the full menu on any day the establishment is open
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Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid for takeout and dine-in if available. Limit 3 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Not valid with other offers or promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Sleepy's Po-Boys

New Orleans is renown for vibrancy, from the over-the-top regalia of Mardi Gras to the bold, zesty flavors of its Cajun cuisine. With a modest interior filled with tables swathed in red-checkered cloths, Sleepy's Poboys doesn’t even try to outdo The Big Easy’s visual flair. But behind its counter, owner Brichell Smith’s team matches the city’s finest culinary talent with specialties such as seafood gumbo chock full of crab, shrimp, and hot sausage.

Though full of various southern specialties, the core of Sleepy’s menu is its namesake po’boys. The chefs assemble these from traditional ingredients such as shrimp and oysters, but also put their own stamp on the sandwich with gravy-soaked roast beef and philly cheesesteak fixings. In the morning, they can even create a breakfast version with eggs, cheese, and your choice of meat; other breakfast items include platters full of grits, hash browns, and pancakes. Open seven days a week, mornings at Sleepy’s begin at 7 a.m. Monday–Saturday and don’t end until 2 a.m., leaving dedicated po’boy eaters with five hours to fill dream journals with drawings of sandwiches.