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June 9, 2017 New Orleans inspired B's Po Boy opening on Alki after owners fall in love with West Seattle
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ARTICLE DESCRIPTION:

Deborah and Ryan Borchelt were pretty happy, living in Fort Wayne, Indiana. They had a wonderful and successful restaurant on Fountain Square doing good business. After years of training and experience for Ryan (starting when he was 15) and a successful small chain of pizza restaurants there for Deborah they had gone to New Orleans and came away with a deep appreciation for Creole and southern cuisine, though maybe it was in Deborah's blood to begin with, she was born in Little Rock Arkansas. The restaurant they built B's Po Boy features what Ryan said are, "Very flavorful," sandwiches, that are, "very simple and yet it does require skill to make it." He had gone to culinary school and worked in fine dining but found that kind of food "stuffy and not what I wanted to do." Now it's opening a Seattle location on Alki in the former Alki Bakery/ Fatburger location at 2738 Alki Ave SW.

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