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Po-Boy Fest: Delicious Food & Funky People

 

Last weekend, New Orleanians descended upon Oak Street to celebrate one thing: delicious sandwiches. Dozens of restaurants set up pop-up stands and handed out their own twists on New Orleans’ most famous sandwich, the po-boy.

ekt

Bone Tone Brass Band. Photo by ekt.

ekt2

Bone Tone Brass Band.Photo by ekt.

ashley_hollier

BBQ oyster po-boy from Red Fish Grill.Photo by ashley_hollier.

nataliachris1

Fried shrimp po-boy. Photo by nataliachris1

haleycrum

Fried lobster po-boy. No filter. Photo by haleycrum.

teammanfred

Fried oyster and roast beef po-boy. Photo by teammanfred.

 

 

 

 

tgmcleod

Boucherie po-boy.Photo by tgmcleod.

bananafish101

Maple bacon duck BLT.Photo by bananafish101.

tallsidney

Soft shell crab po-boy.Photo by tallsidney.

dirtybreakbeats

Portuguese Man ‘O War from Wayfare. Photo by dirtybreakbeats.

kshanksta

Another delicious-looking soft shell crab po-boy. Photo by kshanksta.

cageman3

Grilled Pork El Pastor. Photo by caveman3.

harahansfinest

Oyster po-boy. Photo by harahansfinest.

poboyfest

Palace cafe po-boy.Photo by poboyfest.

haleyjmilz

Photo by haleyjmilz.

denny_trosclair

Photo by denny_trosclair.

katalysticpersonality

Rebirth Brass Band.Photo by katalysticpersonality.

enriquesinstagram

Garbage tower.Photo by enriquesinstagram.

clelieclaire

No age requirement for making great music. Photo by clelieclaire.

lboakes

Whistlemonsta! Photo by lboakes.

 

jasonpalmer504

A great shot of crowded Oak Street. Photo by jasonpalmer504.

poboyfest2

Creating a lobster po-boy with GW Fins. Photo by poboyfest.

crg74

Hot sauce, mustard, and the whistle monsta. Photo by crg74.

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