The Cajun Stop makes our favorite po-boy in Houston. A generous portion of lightly battered jumbo shrimp is loaded into a baguette and “simply dressed” with mayo, lettuce, and tomato in sandwich sizes ranging from small to “no way you can eat that.” The perfectly seasoned shrimp would normally be the star here (and it’s delicious, to be sure), but the French bread—made with warm, soft dough that has enough structure to hold the filling but is still light—steals the show. Rumor has it, Cajun Stop imports the bread from Louisiana. Wherever it comes from, it’s the closest thing to a New Orleans original you’ll find in these parts, and hoo-wee, is it good. Breakfast is served at the Spring location.