Take Out: A tiny room bustling with hungry diners, this neighborhood joint has been serving irresistible po-boys since the 1920s. A collection of vintage décor ranging from old Tabasco bottles filled with toothpicks, beer cans, newspapers and photos hints at the establishment's age. Nonetheless, few get tired of the tried and true menu, which offers scrumptious fillings such as pepper wiener and chili, fried shrimp, catfish, turkey, and sweet barbecue, all served on a hearty French bread, and hopefully, complemented by a cold beer.
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