Mahony's Po-Boy Shop

Row 1

3454 Magazine St (btwn Delachaise & Aline)
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 899-3374
$ $
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Chow down on the Peace Maker, a po'- boy stuffed with fried oysters, bacon and cheddar. For dessert have a slice of the sweet potato crunch pie.
  • Choose a 3-inch po-boy & a pint of beer for $8 every night from 7-10PM
  • Recommended by local celebrity Chef Emeril Lagasse, Mahony's is doing the po' boy 22 different ways. The Peacemaker includes fried oysters, bacon and cheddar.
  • Agree with an earlier post - very good but very expensive and very slow service.
  • Meat glazed with root beer makes for the perfect ham po-boy
  • The dirty fries are heavenly, and the po-boys are good, but there's just as good or better elsewhere in this town...and for less money too.
  • Best shrimp po-boy in the city! Costs have gone up thanks to BP. Friendly staff!
  • You'd be better off going around the corner to Parasol's. The staff is a bit curt.
  • Their roast beef poboy is amazing!
  • Dressed pot roast po-boy with a side of Creole-slaw
  • These folks created the Peacemaker when they added bacon and cheddar to their fried oyster po-boy. Tempting, isn't it?
  • Opinion from a Chicagoan: Da Peacemaker Po-Boy is Da Best! Also, Ditka.
  • Dirty roast beef in New Orleans.
  • Don't let the fact that the cow was a baby keep you from trying the veal.
  • They should rename this place Mahony's RICH Boy Shop! Way overpriced, though they are up front that your about to pay $16 for a 6" oyster! Then they ask if you want the 12"!
  • I do love the grilled shrimp and fried green tomato poboy here but recent long waits and decline in shrimp quality have demoted this one favorite to a rare choice for me. Too many other poboy places.
  • NOT a true po-boy shop. Shrimp po-boy is all wrong and I've been eating them for thirty years. Great shoestring onion rings, they are the only thing worth the very long wait.
  • The greatest Magazine poboy. You have to gave the grilled shrimp, fried green tomatoes, and roumelade poboy. It is a religious experience.
  • Mahony's has real po' boy bread from Leidenheimer's and crispy fried chicken livers with a creamy coleslaw to tone down the gaminess. It's balanced and so simple.
  • Delicious!