There really are just two things to get here: raw oysters on the half shell, and oyster po’ boys – although here, they’re called oyster loafs, since they don’t use the regular French bread, but rather, well-buttered and griddled Texas toast. They’ve been around since 1919, and every year they close down, take apart everything to clean it, then put it all back together again. Great area to walk around too, and a good bar on the corner with live music.


4330 Magazine St.; (504) 895-9761

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