While New Orleans has quite a few well-known culinary creations, the Po-Boy sandwich might be the one that tops them all. The perfect execution of bread, seafood/meats/veggies, and dressings has been mastered by many throughout the Big Easy, and it’s sure to be on your bucket list when visiting New Orleans.
So who has the best Po-Boy in New Orleans? Well, that’s a matter of opinion you’ll have to take up with just any New Orleanian, as many seem to differ on their favorite spot in town. The best way to discover your own favorite New Orleans Po-Boy may be at the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival, taking place Sunday, November 24th, 2013.
Don’t Miss Out on Oak Street Po-Boy Festival 2013!
The Oak Street Po-Boy Festival admission is free! This New Orleans festival will feature over 30 food vendors, each displaying their best version of the classic sandwich, and all hoping to be crowned the favorite New Orleans Po-Boy of the day by none other than you! This year will also feature a Food Truck Village on Leonidas Street.
The entire festival takes place, you guessed it, on the trendy and up-and-coming Oak Street in Uptown New Orleans. Head over to Oak Street at Carrollton Avenue, and let the New Orleans live music, the hungry crowds, and the delicious New Orleans food guide you in the right direction. This year’s Oak Street Po-Boy Fest will have a new Saloon Stage at the Maple Leaf Bar; Brass Bands on Leonidas and Plum; and the Main Stage located at Oak Street and Eagle Street.
So head on down to the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival for a day of eating, drinking, live music, and more!
This Year’s Oak Street Po-Boy Fest Vendors
Crescent Pie & Sausage Company
Le Citron Bistro
Mahony’s Po-boy Shop
Red Fish Grill
Vincent’s Italian Cuisine
and many more!
Learn more about Oak Street Po-Boy Fest 2013 on their official site.