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Overstuffed, flavorful and gloriously drippy, the New Orleans po-boy is a mainstay in this hungry city.
Updated: December 17, 2005
The Irish Channel's favorite dive dishes out its garlicky, gravy-drenched roast beef po-boys.
Indulge in a Judge Bosetta--a marbled patty of Italian sausage, hamburger and hot sausage--at this French Quarter po-boy shop.
The always-charming owner, Miss Dot Domilise, works the counter at this nearly hidden Uptown favorite.
Jack Leonardi's lunch joint is back up and running right across the Jefferson Parish line.
A haven for hungry LSU fans in the heart of the Central Business District.
This CBD landmark dishes out its shredded roast beef "debris" po-boys to crowds daily.
This Italian grocery is known for its oversized muffulettas and other New Orleans-style sandwiches.