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Parkway Bakery & Tavern

Parkway Bakery & Tavern

Sandwich Place, Bar, and Bakery$$$$
Bayou St. John, New Orleans
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  • Mike W.
    The Surf & Turf Poboy is great, but I prefer the shrimp-only version — it stays nice and crispy. If they've got fried pickles, get 'em along with a long neck of Barqs. Read more on WinstonWander.com!!
  • Men's Health Mag
    Men's Health MagAugust 3, 2014
    We’re well aware this is going to rile up some locals, but here goes: This place has the best po’boys in all of NOLA. Grab a stool, order a large shrimp and an Abita, and you’ll see things our way. Read more
  • CNN
    CNNApril 10, 2015
    One can avoid Parkway's line (Barack Obama ate there, so now everyone does) by calling ahead to place their order at the bar. The surf and turf po-boy is a must-try. Read more
  • Mike M.
    Mike MortonSeptember 27, 2013
    When I think about what I miss most in NOLA, this is the place that comes to mind. Sit at the bar, order a Surf & Turf, relax, and get ready to enjoy a great po'boy. It'll be worth the wait.
  • The Wall Street Journal
    In the Bayou St. John neighborhood, this place rocks for watching college football and the Saints, while eating an extraordinary fried oyster-and-shrimp po-boy. Low-key enough to take kids, too. Read more
  • Dinah H.
    Debris fries are yummy! We also enjoyed shrimp poboys, potato salad and bloody Mary's. Good convo with the locals and good service at the bar!
  • D V.
    D VMarch 28, 2011
    The surf and turf dressed is the way to go here but you can find better just shrimp po'boys and just roast beef po'boys elsewhere in town. Order the bread pudding and have them warm it up. It's great.
  • Jia O.
    Jia O.May 24
    My family loved the catfish poboy, surf n turf is saucy and messy (be prepared), this place has a lot of hype, be prepared to wait
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousAugust 3, 2014
    Serves po'boys subjected to chef-ly attention in a cleaned-up facsimile of the original, with a dark-wood bar attached to a bare-bones dining room outfitted with long, plastic-top communal tables. Read more
  • GT W.
    GT Whyte4 days ago
    Had my first NOLA po boy here and I'll never be able to enjoy any other. I got the surf and turf and it was incredible! Oh baby, that gravy puts po boys on another level!
  • David A.
    David AzarNovember 10, 2010
    Go there with a group and get a bunch fo Po'boys cause they are all good. Sweet potato fries are nothing special(frozen/not home made).. the bread pudding is a little dry but the sauce is AMAZING
  • Chris
    ChrisAugust 22, 2015
    Try one of the seafood or meatball po boys. If you get there during prime eating times, be prepared to stand in line for a little while. It's worth the wait.
  • Brittany S.
    Brittany SummersJune 9, 2013
    The shrimp po boy with creole mustard is the bomb.com! Must try!! If your looking for something a little lighter try the po boy caprese. Cookies are just 75 cents!
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousAugust 23, 2010
    Po'boys are the specialty here at this revamped neighborhood joint that used to have a beef-gravy-dispensing faucet on the premises. The faucet is gone, but the po'boys are just as good as ever.
  • Katie A.
    Katie ArnoldDecember 17, 2014
    For vegetarians, the caprese really hits the spot! Add shrimp for a healthy option that leaves you wanting more!
  • Eric D.
    Eric DNovember 1, 2014
    Oysters only available Monday/Wednesday. The shrimp is good but the line gets crazy-long. You can go inside to the bar and order from the same menu.
  • Rj S.
    Rj St ThomasAugust 11, 2014
    Get the Surf and Turf and if you're feeling italian get the meatball sub! Be sure to Try their heavily soaked rum cake, it's to die for!
  • James W.
    James WardDecember 27, 2010
    I've been too hundreds of poboy joints in NOLA. This I the best. No matter how long the line it's worth it. If you don't have a beer, locals drink Barqs.
  • Alejandro M.
    Sausage alligator po'boy 👌🏽. Plus get the half and just get some chili fries! It is so many of them that you can share!
  • Sara .
    Sara 🌈⚔🍾May 14, 2015
    The roast beef po' boy is amazing! Great service and prices. Good bloody Mary's too.
  • Kevin S.
    Kevin SkobacJanuary 3, 2015
    Popular spot for po boys. The surf & turf (roast beef & fried shrimp) was pretty good. Eat in the bar to avoid the counter line.
  • Nathan Daniel B.
    Nathan Daniel BlakeJuly 18, 2015
    One bite of the shrimp po boy and alligator gumbo, and I was in love. Eat here.
  • Parkway Bakery & Tavern
    Parkway Bakery & TavernNovember 15, 2012
    Chef Justin's Thanksgiving Poor Boy is now available every Wednesday & Thursday through the end of the year! Turkey, Cranberry, Gravy & Stuffing on that delicious bread.
  • GourmetLive
    GourmetLiveOctober 16, 2010
    A length of fresh, brawny bread is loaded with beef so tender that it seems not to have been sliced but rather hand-pulled, like fine barbecued pork, into myriad slivers, nuggets, and dainty clumps.
  • Peter L.
    Peter LadaOctober 23, 2013
    If you go to New Orleans, you need a po' boy. We live for our sandwich shops. The Parkway is located on Bayou St. John.
  • Daniel B.
    Daniel BarnettAugust 31, 2015
    Parkway surf n turf baby!! Not dry like mama's, really really good and one of a kind.
  • Ashley
    AshleyFebruary 10
    Half fried oyster and half fried shrimp with a side of gravy. Off menu but bartender lady will help you out
  • Adam A.
    Adam AlvarezMay 8, 2014
    Amazing reuben, amazing shrimp and roast beef, even amazing turkey sandwich. I guess you can say its amazing. :)
  • Michael S.
    Michael SavoieAugust 3, 2013
    The best time to come is anytime and everything is delicious! My favorite is the caprese poboy with chicken!
  • Katie A.
    Katie ArnoldFebruary 12, 2015
    When you order something fried, it's lightly battered. You don't lose the shrimp or the flavor in an inch of breading!
  • David H.
    David HerroldJanuary 20, 2013
    The roast beef with gravy po'boy is amazing. Get the gravy on the side for your sweet potato fries.
  • Wesley V.
    Wesley VNovember 7, 2014
    I mean, po boys of course. Insiders tip: avoid the long line by sitting at the bar and ordering there.
  • Metromix
    MetromixOctober 29, 2010
    You can't go wrong with the huge oyster po'boy fried to just-right crispiness. Perfect to take out to the nearby bayou. Read more
  • Peter Z.
    Peter ZimmermanSeptember 21, 2014
    While everything is good, when they have soft shell crabs, that is the best thing they make!
  • Melanie P.
    Melanie PowellJanuary 10, 2015
    My personal favorite is the shrimp poboy and sweet potato fries with a Barq's Red Cream Soda!
  • Eduardo C.
    Eduardo CastroJanuary 31
    This place is great. The sandwich is good and the price is fair. Also, try their soup!
  • Emilie D.
    Emilie DishonghJanuary 2, 2014
    Make sure you go on oyster day (Monday), its so worth it. Good bloody marys too.
  • Mat M.
    Mat MSeptember 28, 2014
    My personal favorite Po'boy spot, and fried shrimp is my favorite one to get!
  • Brandon T.
    Brandon TaylorFebruary 26, 2013
    You cannot find po-boys like this outside of New Orleans. Cherish every last bite and be merry!
  • Matt M.
    Matt MayJuly 22, 2013
    The surf and turf is awesome. The fried shrimp or the roast beef are equally awesome.
  • Leslie A.
    Leslie AlmeidaSeptember 13, 2010
    My favorite fried shrimp po-boy. Those sweet potato fries are delicious. Not a fan of the bland roast beef, though.
  • Ashley N.
    Ashley NorsworthyDecember 10, 2014
    It seems as if everyone raves about the roast beef, but the seafood poboys are where it's at!
  • Gambit New Orleans
    Gambit New OrleansSeptember 5, 2012
    Gambit's Best of New Orleans Readers' Poll 2012 Winner: "Best Shrimp Po-Boy", "Best Roast Beef Po-Boy", and "Best Oyster Po-Boy" Read more
  • foodforfel
    foodforfelAugust 24, 2014
    Get the surf and turf - fried shrimp and roast beef in one sandwich!
  • Leslie K.
    Leslie K.October 4, 2011
    Roast beef not as flavorful as I'd hoped, but shrimp po boy and sweet potato fries are where it's at!
  • Greg B.
    Greg BrunoAugust 7, 2014
    Roast beef po'boy is not comparable to any other sandwich I've ever had...
  • Jeremy F.
    Jeremy FisherJanuary 21, 2015
    Shrimp po boy. Skip the line by ordering to-go from the bar on the side
  • Gambit New Orleans
    Gambit New OrleansJune 30, 2011
    Try the "golden potato po-boy" for $5, or the gravy po-boy for less than $4!
  • Gambit New Orleans
    Gambit New OrleansSeptember 6, 2012
    Try the unique gumbo that combines alligator sausage and turkey. http://www.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/five-alligator-dishes/Content?oid=2053036
  • Lexi G.
    Lexi GoodreauJanuary 12
    The surf and turf po'boy was so amazing that it made me cry
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