|NOLA Po-boys | 908 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA|
Not gonna lie, I'm pretty pissed that I was not informed that yesterday was national sandwich day. I talk about sandwiches and how much I love eating sandwiches all the time. But good thing I have this innate intuition and got myself a fried oyster po-boy yesterday instead of the staple Monday red beans and rice.
- Acme Oyster House - Peacemaker po-boy for the win. Fried shrimp and oyster with tabasco mayo. All you need is this with a gumbo and some charbroiled oysters.
- Domilise's Po-boy & Bar- This place has raving reviews, but I'll be the first to admit that it's overrated and over priced. Though there was more than enough shrimp to fir another half a sandwich, the bread was tough. Unrelated: their dressing includes mustard.
- Joey K's - I had a fried catfish and shrimp po-boy and it was delicious, but I do wish I tried their local specials instead. Will be sure to visit again.
- Guy's Po-boys - Get the bomb. Grilled catfish and shrimp with melted cheese on their thin tender loaf. It's the bomb.
- NOLA Po-boys - Had a great fried crawfish po-boy, but the real highlight was Henok's vegetarian po-boy made with sauteed vegetables.
- Sandwich World - I was out in the middle of nowhere and needed a po-boy fix, and this was just on the side of the road. My shrimp po-boy was overflowing and I devoured more than half of it in my car before my drive back downtown. This place loves LSU.
- Stanley Restaurant - This one is special because I always get the eggs Stanley on French bread. Their fried oysters are on point.
|Domilise's Po-boy and Bar | 5240 Annunciation Street New Orleans, LA|
|Guy's Po-Boys | 5259 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA|
|Stanley Restaurant | 547 Saint Ann Street New Orleans, LA|
|Sandwich World | 10800 Highway 3125 Gramercy, LA|
|Acme Oyster House | 724 Iberville Street New Orleans, LA|
|Joey K's | 3001 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA|
|Always having a good time when I'm with a po-boy.|