Mahony’s Po-Boy Shop

Mahony’s Po-Boy Shop

Mahony’s Po-Boy Shop One of the foods I was most looking forward to trying on my New Orleans trip were po’ boys. Well, I got my wish, sampling about 8 different ones during my stay. My first stop was Mahony’s, home to to two award winning po’ boys. The Peacemaker Each sandwich comes in regular […]

Brennan’s

Brennan’s

Brennan’s Brennan’s restaurant in New Orleans was established in 1946. It is known for its indulgent breakfasts and for creating Bananas Foster. During our first trip to New Orleans, we dined there for dinner and got to try their Bananas Foster creation. After hearing so many good things about their breakfast, I made sure that […]

Parkway Bakery & Tavern

Parkway Bakery & Tavern

Parkway Bakery & Tavern During our New Orleans trip, we were eager to try as many po’ boys as possible. Our trip would not have been complete without a visit to Parkway Bakery & Tavern, which first opened in 1911. Their menu offers more than a dozen po’ boy variations and with some of our FoodieHub expert friends, we […]

Cochon Butcher

Cochon Butcher

Cochon Butcher Cochon Butcher is a sandwich and butcher shop, located next to the popular Cochon restaurant in New Orleans. It has received many accolades, so I was eager to go check it out. Shortly after arriving in New Orleans and dropping our stuff off at the hotel and badly mangling the pronunciation of the […]

Willie Mae’s Scotch House

Willie Mae’s Scotch House

Willie Mae’s Scotch House One of the best bites of my New Orleans trip was the famous fried chicken from Willie Mae’s Scotch House. The fried chicken has been lauded as the best fried chicken in America and featured on the Travel Channel, Food Network and practically every other food media outlet. The original restaurant was […]