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Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?


me and a buddy heading to the game Sunday and he wants to get a good authentic New Orleans Po Boy...any suggestions???






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DEANintheYAY
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?


Food and Drink Board?





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Fun Bunch
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?


Well...where will you be. Near the Dome there is not a whole lot.

If willing to go anywhere in the city:

Parkway Bakery and Tavern
Mahoney's
Domilise's


In that order, are some good choices.

Do not go to Mother's. Anyone who tells you to go there is an idiot and/or tourist.



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3HourTour
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?


What's Mannings like on game days? Making my first game of the season this weekend and was thinking about heading there for lunch.





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geauxtigers87
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mannings is packed as shit, try to get a reservation, if they even do them





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Fun Bunch
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The food at Manning's is also pretty mediocre.





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frick mannings. There's plenty if better food in the area. Ernst cafe, harrahs buffet, lucys, a gas station, the gutter...

As for poboys, depends on where you are. Perrans and parkway are two of the best.






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Thanks Fun.
Over due for a roady to NOLA. Love a good mufaletta!






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Fun Bunch
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Like I said, since you're driving in, go to Parkway. Get the Surf and Turf. Game over.





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Fun Bunch
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mufaletta!


Central Grocery
NorJoe's.

Only two answers IMO.






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Breesus
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Love a good mufaletta!


Have you been to central grocery? The best without competition.

ETA: fun



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go to Parkway. Get the Surf and Turf.


Impeccable taste sir






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Kamtheman106
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?


Cooter Brown's Uptown's shrimp poboy is highly underrated IMO





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goatmilker
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mmm mmmm
I've bought their olive salad and use to be able get gambinos bread for a while here in P'cola.






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JasonL79
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Johnny's poboys in the quarter. Some of the best poboys in the city. 511 Saint Louis St- a few blocks away from Jackson square.





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Sophandros
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quote:

Cooter Brown's is highly underrated IMO


FIFY






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phelps4824
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?


Parkway to me is the best by far.





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chieftiger
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quote:

Perrans and parkway are two of the best


I agree completely!! Maybe Parkway then Perrans, but still...damn good.

And yes, the Surf and Turf is amazing!






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TigerBait1127
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Do not go to Mother's. Anyone who tells you to go there is an idiot and/or tourist.


completely overrated






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trident
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quote:

Johnny's poboys in the quarter. Some of the best poboys in the city. 511 Saint Louis St- a few blocks away from Jackson square.


+1 if you are in the city. really good.






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