Score 55¢ sandwiches in honor of Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys’ 55th anniversary all this week

Turkey & Swiss | Photo courtesy of COOPER+RICCA

Turn back the clock with special 55th-anniversary prices at Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys with week-long specials including 55¢ po’ boys this Monday, September 11 through Sunday, September 17, 2017.

Serving Houston since 1962, Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys’ fast-casual approach and fresh ingredients made from scratch daily have helped solidify the restaurant’s place in Houston sandwich history with tasty signature po’ boys and Chow-Chow relish.

Now, 55 years later, Antone’s serves a variety of handmade sandwiches, salads, gumbos and more, using only the freshest and highest quality local ingredients, including freshly baked bread from Royal Bakery in Montrose and Slow Dough Bread Co.

Customers will get the chance to go back in time all this week from Monday, September 11 (lasting through Sunday, September 17) every day from 1pm to 3pm with favorite po’ boys and deli sandwiches offered at special 1962 prices.

Capping things off, Antone’s CEO has decided that a portion of the proceeds will go to support Harvey relief efforts.

Standalone Restaurant Interior | Photo courtesy of COOPER+RICCA

Anniversary Prices this Monday, September 11 to Sunday, September 17, 2017

The special anniversary pricing will be offered all this week at Antone’s two standalone Houston locations on the West Loop (4520 San Felipe Street #200) and North Loop (2724 W TC Jester Boulevard), along with Antone’s grab-and-go kiosks (weekday only) in Greenway Plaza (3 Greenway Plaza, Suite C-118) and the Downtown Tunnels (811 Louisiana St, Suite m130a).

As if that weren’t enough, in honor of Antone’s inaugural year in 1962, any customer who visits Antone’s during the promotional hours of this week-long celebration also will receive a 19.62%-off bounce-back coupon that can be used on a return visit through Sunday, December 31, 2017.

Grab & Go Po’ Boys | Photo courtesy of COOPER+RICCA

Eat Like It’s 1962

All this week favorites such as Antone’s signature Original po’ boy with ham, salami, provolone, Chow-Chow relish, mayo and pickles, normally priced at $5.95, will be available for just 55¢ (pre-made; limit four per customer per visit).

The restaurant’s Super Original (extra meat and cheese), Turkey (oven-roasted turkey, Swiss cheese, mayo, bread & butter pickles) and Tuna (house-made tuna salad, provolone, pickles) po’ boys, each normally priced at $6.95, will be sold for $1.55 (pre-made; limit four per customer per visit).

All of Antone’s Deli and Hot Sandwiches (excluding fried po’ boys), typically priced from $7.95 to $9.25, will be available for $5.55 (limit four per customer per visit).

Click here for a complete list of anniversary specials and details.

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Super Original | Photo courtesy of COOPER+RICCA

About Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys

Founded as Antone’s Import Co. by Jalal Antone, the original Antone’s market catered primarily to the city’s Syrian and Lebanese immigrants long before generations of Houstonians grew smitten with the restaurant’s unique po’ boys and products.

Antone’s four traditional sandwiches also are available at more than 200 grocery outlets throughout Texas, in addition to broader menu items at their two standalone Houston locations on the West Loop and North Loop, along with Antone’s grab-and-go kiosks (weekday only) in Greenway Plaza and the Downtown Tunnels.

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Cubano | Photo courtesy of COOPER+RICCA

Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys 55th Anniversary

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Veggie Gumbo | Photo courtesy of COOPER+RICCA

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