Our carriage driver sent us there and he was so right. Kind of small and crowded so we took our lunch to Jackson Square and it was fantastic. Thanks Ed.
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We went to Johnny’s Po-Boys because of its legendary reputation as THE place for Po-Boys. It was packed with people, so I eagerly awaited my oyster Po-Boy, thinking that the food must be awesome due to the crowd. I got my sandwich, and after eating...More
The name is misleading, either get the seafood gumbo which is incredibly tasty or get breakfast. Maybe something other than the seafood po-boys which have no flavor. I mean none. It tastes like a lot of bread, something fried and lettuce. People were getting the...More
Not sure what the attraction is for Po-Boys. While it is a large sandwich you really have to like the various sauces. For me the blackened chicken was really tasty but the sauces ruined the taste. Will probably try another dish next time as I...More
We went about 10. Several in our party had bayou breakfast and others had poboys. They were all fantastic. Crisp seafood, fantastic bread, great sausage and all very friendly. Thanks Johnny's!
We had a catfish and a shrimp po-boy. The sandwiches are large (one is big enough for 2 people). Each was around $15. Also, be prepared with cash since credit cards are not accepted (as in several places in the area). ATM machines are scattered...More
Went for lunch and the place was packed. The line moves quickly. Limited seating in the front but extra seating offered behind the kitchen. Upstairs seating is open at sometimes but not others, it is accessed by stairs just to the right as you walk...More
Ate here our second day in New Orleans. Yum. This is a good spot to come for an inexpensive breakfast that will fill you up. Great place to come for local food. My wife and I ate for under $15 and were full when we...More