Top Po-Boys in New Orleans
New Orleans hits the top of the list for most people in several different areas. One of those areas is food. NOLA has, undeniably, some of the best restaurants you will ever find from hole in the wall, local favorites to world renown fine dining. We thought we would take it a step further and help you out with not just any food but New Orleans Po Boys.
With much ‘research’ we have gone to great lengths to test many po boys looking for the top spots to feast on this NOLA cuisine. Below is a list of our top picks
Johnny’s Po-Boys: The most unusual po-boy – alligator po-boy. French Quarter, 511 Saint Louis St.
Tracy’s: Best sloppy roast beef po-boy in the city. Irish Channel, 2604 Magazine St.
Parkway Bakery and Tavern: Best gravy in the city! Mid-City, 538 Hagan Ave.
Mahony’s Po-Boys: Winner of the best specialty po boy at the annual New Orleans Po-Boy Preservation Festival. Uptown, 3454 Magazine St.
Frank and Johnny’s: This is the place for a fried seafood po-boy. Uptown, 321 Arabella St
Mother’s: The most famous po-boy restaurant in town but worth the wait. 401 Poydras St.
If that is not enough to make you start drooling, we don’t know what will. This delectable yet simple sandwich is one that starts wars. The specialty ingredients, bread and toppings all are chosen very carefully and each maker claims his/hers the best in the city. Stop in one (or several!) of these amazing hot spots and see for yourself what the fuss is all about!