review: call ahead, the wait might kill you…

Mahoney’s New Orleans, Louisiana At Mahoney’s, you stake your own table and wait. And, wait. And wait. And wait. They take their time making po’boys here.  Having just experienced the machine-like efficiency of the Parkway Bakery & Tavern, our half-hour wait at Mahoney’s seemed like an unreasonably long time.  We thought they forgot our order. […]

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review: call ahead, the wait might kill you…

Mahoney’s New Orleans, Louisiana At Mahoney’s, you stake your own table and wait. And, wait. And wait. And wait. They take their time making po’boys here.  Having just experienced the machine-like efficiency of the Parkway Bakery & Tavern, our half-hour wait at Mahoney’s seemed like an unreasonably long time.  We thought they forgot our order. […]

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review: po’boy crawl…

Parkway Bakery & Tavern New Orleans, Louisiana Good, fried chicken you can get in many places. The same is probably true for po’boys. But, whereas fried chicken claims its home all over the South (and in a few, isolated pockets around the country, including Stroud’s, which is in my backyard), an authentic po’boy, like a […]

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review: po’boy crawl…

Parkway Bakery & Tavern New Orleans, Louisiana Good, fried chicken you can get in many places. The same is probably true for po’boys. But, whereas fried chicken claims its home all over the South (and in a few, isolated pockets around the country, including Stroud’s, which is in my backyard), an authentic po’boy, like a […]

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review: mr. kowalski…

Stanley New Orleans, Louisiana Chef Scott Boswell owns two restaurants in New Orleans. Named after the two lead characters in Tennessee Williams’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, A Streetcar Named Desire, Stanley and Stella! (yes, the exclamation point cleverly included) sit a few blocks apart from each other on Chartres (pronounces “charters”) Street in the French Quarter. […]

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review: mr. kowalski…

Stanley New Orleans, Louisiana Chef Scott Boswell owns two restaurants in New Orleans. Named after the two lead characters in Tennessee Williams’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, A Streetcar Named Desire, Stanley and Stella! (yes, the exclamation point cleverly included) sit a few blocks apart from each other on Chartres (pronounces “charters”) Street in the French Quarter. […]

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