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Arnaud's Remoulade - New Orleans - "Offers Casual Side of Creole Cookin" Remoulade caters to out-of-towners who stroll the French Quarter at their own pace, and to locals who stop in for lunch or a drink and a quick bite after work. Famous Shrimp Arnaud, red beans and rice, oysters on the half shell and po-boys share the menu with 8-oz. specialty burgers, grilled all-beef hot dogs and thin-crust pizza.
French Quarter - 309 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
(Po-Boys, New Orleans, Eclectic cuisine restaurant)
Coop's Place - New Orleans - A Decatur Street staple since 1983, Coop's Place is the place to go for a true taste of New Orleans at down home prices. Restaurant menu includes Creole and cajun dishes, New Orleans po-boys plus much more.
French Quarter - 1109 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA 70116
(Cajun, Creole, Po-Boys, New Orleans cuisine restaurant)
Cooter Brown's Tavern & Oyster Bar - New Orleans - Popular Watering hole, poor boy sandwich shop and sports bar. One of the most popular New Orleans restaurants for great New Orleans food at good prices. Raw Oysters from the Oyster Bar, boiled crawfish on weekends, boiled shrimp and great tavern food.
Uptown, Carrollton, River Bend - 509 S. Carrollton Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana
(Seafood, Po-Boys, New Orleans, American cuisine restaurant)
Central Grocery - New Orleans - The original home of New Orleans own "Muffuletta" sandwich. The Muffuletta has spread all over the New Orleans area in the 100 years or so since the Italian grocers began the tradition. The New Orleans classic sandwhich is Italian inspired and second in popularity only to the poboy sandwich in New Orleans restaurants. While many New Orleans restaurants now make muffuletta sandwiches, Central Grocery in the French Quarter has remained very popular with tourists.
French Quarter - 923 Decatur St., New Orleans, Louisiana
(New Orleans muffulettas)
Danny & Clyde's - New Orleans Metro - What began as a service station and convenience store is now known as one of the many great places around New Orleans for Po-Boys and muffulettas proving the point that you can get better food at a gas station in Louisiana than in many restaurants around the country.
Multiple New Orleans area Restaurants - Louisiana Locations
Gattuso's Neighborhood Bar and Restaurant - Gretna - Located in the historic district of Gretna just across the river from New Orleans, Gattuso's has a great selection of the best all round lunch items from Po-boys and muffulettas to sandwiches and burgers plus salads, pastas, wraps and seafood platters.
Westbank, Gretna - 435 Huey P. Long Ave., Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(New Orleans, Poboys, Muffulettas, American cuisine restaurant)
Johnny's Po-boys - New Orleans - Johnny's Po-boys is the oldest family owned po-boy restaurant in New Orleans, serving everything from breakfast to their famous warm bun po-boys. They have received Accolades from some of the finest institutions in the country.
French Quarter - 511 St. Louis St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
(Poyboys, Seafood, New Orleans cuisine restaurant)
Laurel Street Bakery - New Orleans - This New Orleans bakery offers breakfast as well as lunch menus. You can choose from cakes, muffins, bagels, quiches, sandwiches and muffalettas.
Uptown - 5433 Laurel Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
(Bakery with sandwiches, muffulettas)
Marigny Brasserie - New Orleans - Marigny Brasserie is a New Orleans restaurant, situated on historic Frenchmen Street in the French Quarter Marigny. With its eclectic menu and cool decor, the Marigny Brasserie cuisine is a favorite among New Orleans locals for po-boys and seafood.
Faubourg Marigny - 640 Frenchmen Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116
(Po-Boys, Seafood, New Orleans, eclectic cuisine restaurant)
Mother's Restaurant - New Orleans - Serves traditional New Orleans dishes like Poboy sandwiches, jambalaya and Shrimp Creole Try the po' boys that Mother's made famous, such as the Ferdi Special and the debris po-boy. Breakfast, lunch and dinner items are cooked with fresh ingredients and bold, delicious flavor.
Central Business District - 401 Poydras Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
(New Orleans cuisine, poboy restaurant)
Napoleon House Bar & Cafe - New Orleans - European-style café serves local sandwiches, Muffalettas, soups, salads, gumbo and jambalaya. The restaurant is located in a A 220 year old landmark that's as casual and unique as its French Quarter surroundings.
French Quarter - 500 Chartres Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
(Po-Boys, Muffulettas, New Orleans, International cuisine restaurant)
New Orleans Hamburger and Seafood Co. - New Orleans Metro - Seafood po-boys and platters, plus gourmet hamburgers served in a relaxing family atmosphere. A local Louisiana chain of seafood restaurants.
Multiple restaurants in the New Orleans area. - Find locations on home page
(Seafood, Po-Boys, New Orleans, American cuisine restaurant)
Nor Joe’s Import Company - Metairie - Nor Joe Import Company specializes in gourmet foods from many countries including Italy, France and Europe. Their imported Italian olives, provolone cheese and genoa salami are used to make some of the best muffulettas in New Orleans.
Old Metairie - 505 Frisco Ave., Metairie, Louisiana 70005
Parkway Bakery & Tavern - New Orleans - Parkway is a New Orleans tradition located at the corner of Hagan and Toulouse overlooking Bayou St. John. Our restaurant is the classic New Orleans po-boy destination in a nostolgic setting. Voted best place to get a Roast Beef po'boy and best place to get a Shrimp po'boy by the readers of New Orleans Gambit Weekly magazine.
Park View - 538 Hagan Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Short Stop Po-Boys - Metairie - Editor's Note: Arguably the best poboy restaurant in the world. There are two kinds of roast beef poboys in New Orleans, sliced and debris. If you are a fan of New Orleans roast beef poboys made from the roast beef debris that's been marinating for hours in a hot crock pot, then this is it. The perfect New Orleans french bread with the brittle crust and soft pull-apart insides just melts in mounds of perfectly seasoned, juicy, roast beef debris. Pass the napkins please. Short Stop Po-Boys was established by Mr. Russell F. Hendrick in April 1966 as a corner grocery store and meat market.
Metairie, Above Causeway - 119 Transcontinental Drive, Metairie, Louisiana 70001
Tracey's Bar & Restaurant - New Orleans - Home of the "Best Roast Beef Po-Boy on Earth!" Tracey's was the original Irish Channel bar, established in 1949. Great neighborhood bar and restaurant with classic New Orleans poboy sandwiches.
Garden District - 2604 Magazine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
(New Orleans cuisine, Po-boy restaurant)
Verti Marte - New Orleans - Looks are sometimes deceiving. This small convenience store is nothing to look at but has the best deals for breakfast or po-boys. The food is inexpensive and the portions are large.
French Quarter - 1201 Royal St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70116
(Poboy sandwich shop)