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Blue Dog Poboys - Clearwater

RibDog | Aug 24, 201206:38 AM     19

I heard from a few other boards that this place had recently opened up so I thought I would give it a try. I met my sister and her husband there yesterday for lunch. I ordered a shrimp poboy along with a side order of regular fries. My sister had the same but with sweet potato fries and my BIL had a half and half which was half shrimp and half oyster poboy. We were all extremely pleased with choices. The bread was good quality and the inside was toasted with some garlic butter and then dressed with lettuce and excellent tomatoes. The owner brought out a bottle of a mayonnaise mixture that was very good on my shrimp. And the sweet potato fries had a very good cinnamon sugar mixture on them.

While we were there, we also tried an order of their bread pudding which was very good.

We will definitely be back. Especially because I want to try their roast beef poboy.

Here is their website: http://bluedogpoboys.webs.com/

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