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Oyster po'boy

Submitted by hungryel
Fiorella's Cafe
1136 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA, USA

Stuffed full of crunchy, juicy fried oysters, on fresh-from-the-bakery bread. This was a good rendition of the classic sandwich from a cafe that didn't feel too touristy despite its location right in the heart of the French Quarter. Went down well with a bottle of Abita Amber from the local brewery.


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