Parkway Bakery and Tavern regularly makes it into the top five of the best poor boys in New Orleans. With their expansion, I’m more inclined to visit and to bring friends. There are now plenty of places to park and to sit and eat their tasty, tasty po’boys. As they say, “Keep Calm and Eat Po-Boys.”
I ordered the fried shrimp po’boy. Crusty bread and plump fried shrimp filling it to overflowing. Quite tasty and went very well with my Barq’s root beer.
Michelle had the alligator sausage po’boy and the sweet potato fries. Nice smoked sausage flavor with a good spice but no particularly strong alligator taste (which actually may be a good thing).
The sandwiches are made pretty quickly and the staff is rushed but friendly enough. The outside area has lots of fans to keep the flies and heat at bay.