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Thread: Great Places to Eat in New Orleans

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    Default Great Places to Eat in New Orleans

    Okay we know NOLA is FAMOUS for their food! I for one would love to have a hidden insight on the best places to eat from some of the local ladies that are lucky enough to live there....if they don't mind sharing their secrets that is. I'm looking for more casual dining myself...not that fine dining is not great to. Used to love the Charter House( I think that's what it was called) the bread and steaks there were wonderful. I really really want to find a great place to get a poboy....haven't had a good one in 15 years. They just do not make poboys in Texas like they do in Louisiana. In fact a lot of places in Texas had no idea what I was talking about when I first moved there. It was a sad day.

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    A traditional muffuletta consists of one muffuletta loaf (almost like focciatia bread), split horizontally. The loaf is then covered with a marinated olive salad (if you don't like olives try it anyway because it really makes the sammy), then layers of capicola, salami, mortadella, emmentaler, and provolone. The sandwich is sometimes heated through to soften the provolone.[2] The size of the muffuletta is enough to feed more than one person, and many stores sell quarter or half-muffulettas. Also, THE place to get it is Central Grocery seeing as how they pretty much invented it.

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    Thank you for that info. I think I'll try it.
    Sharon A

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    Ah, sweet bejesus, I've been daydreaming about muffalettas all day. I concur with the others -- Central Grocery is the place to get them, but they're served on just about every block.

    http://www.roadfood.com/Restaurant/O...entral-grocery
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