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Big D of the LC
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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???


DEANintheYAY
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?
Food and Drink Board?


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.
This post was edited on 10/3 at 2:06 pm


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.


geauxtigers87
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?
mannings is packed as shit, try to get a reservation, if they even do them


Fun Bunch
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?
The food at Manning's is also pretty mediocre.


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Breesus
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?
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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goatmilker
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?
Thanks Fun.
Over due for a roady to NOLA. Love a good mufaletta!


Fun Bunch
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?
Like I said, since you're driving in, go to Parkway. Get the Surf and Turf. Game over.


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


Central Grocery
NorJoe's.

Only two answers IMO.


Breesus
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?
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Love a good mufaletta!


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

ETA: fun
This post was edited on 10/3 at 2:14 pm


Breesus
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go to Parkway. Get the Surf and Turf.


Impeccable taste sir


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


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


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


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


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