From SavoryGirl.com Lunch: Central Grocery – do not, I repeat, do not leave New Orleans without getting a proper muffuletta sandwich (unless you hate olives)! This is one of the best ones in town, but be forewarned they’re huge. Grab one to go, walk a block to Jackson Square, crack open a beer and soak […]
“Even Our Failures are Edible” – Johnny
Johnny’s Po-Boys is the oldest family owned po-boy restaurant
in da’ WORLD, Baby!
$13,500. Doesn’t sound like a lot of money today. But on June 30th, 1950 it was enough to buy the building at 511 St. Louis St. in New Orleans by Johnny and Betty De Grusha. Today, Johnny’s Po-boys is the oldest family owned po-boy restaurant in New Orleans, Serving everything from breakfast to their famous warm bun po-boys. They have received Accolades from some of the finest institutions in the country, ranging from Good Housekeeping’s top 100 value restaurants in the United States, to Rand McNally’s Best of the Road. Johnny’s was also one of the first restaurants to re-open in the city of New Orleans after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Even after the catastrophe, the excellence continues on.
Johnny’s Features 12oz Barq’s Bottled Root Beer! A great fit for your New Orleans experience.
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