Best advice is getting one on the way in where it won't be as crowded as others have said. That being said, a few days or so ago, someone mentioned getting a good poboy at Borgne (Besh's place in the Hyatt). I haven't had one there and it will likely be crowded as well.
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re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?Posted by Gris Gris on 10/3/12 at 4:15 pm to 3HourTour
quote: What's Mannings like on game days? Making my first game of the season this weekend and was thinking about heading there for lunch.
There was a thread on Manning's recently and most of it wasn't very favorable. You might find it in the google search option. I've never been, but based on what I've heard, there are better places to get lunch.
re: Need a Good Po Boy Restaurant before Kickoff Sunday?Posted by BrotherEsau on 10/3/12 at 4:37 pm to REG861
quote: If we were to crown the F & D board's least favorite restaurant, Mother's is in the driver's seat
That place is horrible. I had a debris po-boy a few weeks ago (free, ordered a bunch for work). I was seriously sick (not stop shits) beginning about 3 hours after I ate, lasting for 3 days. frick that place.
I'd go to Johnny's. Mandina's shrimp poboy is also seriously legit.