5 Huge SANDWICHES in One Day!! Best NEW ORLEANS PO’BOYS You Have To Try!!

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NEW ORLEANS – One of the the best New Orleans foods to eat for a quick meal is a po’ boy, one of the signature style sandwiches in New Orleans Louisiana. Before going to New Orleans, I thought a po’ boy (or poor boy, po’boy) was a fried shrimp sandwich New Orleans, but I learned it’s not only shrimp, but you could have deli meats, roast beef, oyster, grilled shrimp, or even cheese and turkey. There are many types of po’ boys and in this ultimate Po’ Boy tour we’ll be eating at five places and trying five different types of po’ boys.

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Here are the po’ boys:

1. Guy’s Po-Boys (https://goo.gl/maps/jkqdd23NY9mFHs6S6) Price – around $13 per po-boy – We started off at Guy’s Po-Boys and I think it’s one of the best places in all of New Orleans for po’boys. We tried both the grilled shrimp, fried shrimp, and the fried catfish. They were all three spectacular, though I think the best was the grilled shrimp.

2. Domilise’s Po-Boy & Bar (https://goo.gl/maps/9R2T59hChdk65coBA) – Shrimp po’ boy – $15 – One of the oldest and most historical places to eat at sandwich in New Orleans in Domilise’s Po-Boy & Bar. I tried the fried shrimp and the roast beef, both of which were delicious. So much character at this neighborhood favorite.

3. R & O Restaurant and Catering (https://g.page/RORestaurantCatering?share) – Roast beef po’ boy – $10.30 – Next up on this po’boy tour in New Orleans, we went to R & O Restaurant and Catering specifically for their famous roast beef poor boy. It was huge and loaded with roast beef, and totally unique sandwich eating experience.

4. Liuzza’s by the Track (https://goo.gl/maps/YFgWKRCykx9GRuK27) – BBQ shrimp po’ boy – $15.95 – Next we tried Liuzza’s by the Track for their New Orleans grilled shrimp po’boy. I wasn’t sure exactly how to eat it, but it was tasty and that was an extremely addictive sauce.

5. Parkway Bakery & Tavern (https://goo.gl/maps/qCx6mhMD31kzuzsp6) – Oyster po’ boy – $18.49 – Finally to complete this New Orleans food tour, we tried the oyster po’boy from Parkway Bakery & Tavern, which is one of the most famous restaurants in New Orleans. The oysters were tasty, especially with a lot of Louisiana hot sauce.

And that completes this iconic tour of the best Po’ boys in New Orleans!



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