“With Pirate Alley Po’ Boys we are bringing a fast, affordable and approachable lunch service to an area of RiNo that needs more variety in its midday dining options,” said Julep Owner, Executive Chef and Head Butcher, Kyle Foster. “Po’ Boys are a working man’s food and the concept of Pirate Alley Po’ Boys felt like a natural fit in a neighborhood that is coming into its own.”
Pirate Alley Po’ Boys is named after the famous pedestrian alley in the French Quarter of New Orle-ans, a city that brings much inspiration to Julep and its menu. Po’ Boys originated in 1929 in New Orleans for workers on strike and served as an affordable lunch option for those out of work. Chef Foster is bringing the concept into modern times to offer lunch at an affordable price point to RiNo’s business crowd, including construction crews.