Mahony's Po-Boy Shop

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

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.
  • 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 fries...best 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.
  • Best onion rings I've ever had and the jumbo shrimp poboy was delicious.
  • Great sandwiches, if youre over by the cemetery. Not sure its worth trekking all the way here just for the food if youre not already in the neighborhood, as Im sure there are comparable places.
  • Shrimp Po'Boy