Buy a sandwich & get a classic po’ boy free on Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys Day

Photo: Becca Wright, courtesy of Antone's Famous Po' Boys

Dig into a free classic po’ boy sandwich when you purchase any other sandwich at participating Antone’s locations on Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys Day, Wednesday, November 3, 2021 from 10am to 7pm.

Recognizing 60 years of service to the City of Houston, Mayor Sylvester Turner has proclaimed Wednesday, November 3, 2021 as Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys Day, in recognition to the Houston-born sandwich brand’s contribution to the community.

To celebrate, Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys is offering a special Buy One, Get One (BOGO) deal where anyone who buys any sandwich at the two participating locations will also get a free classic po’ boy.

About Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys

Founded in 1962 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 other delicious dishes.

Four of Antone’s traditional sandwiches are available at approximately 200 grocery outlets throughout Texas (HEB, Randalls, and Kroger), in addition to broader menu items at their two Houston locations on the West Loop and North Loop.

Learn more.

BOGO Sandwiches on Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys Day in The Heights & Uptown

Photo courtesy of Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys

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