Bring your appetites to Oak Street on Sunday, November 14, 2010 to take part in the New Orleans Po-Boy Preservation Festival. Over 30 local restaurants will serve up their best po-boys. In one spot you can sample Parkway Bakery's roast beef, Dickie Brennan's alligator sausage, Gattuso's fried shrimp, Boucherie's BBQ shrimp, Crescent Pie's hot sausage, GW Fins' fried Maine lobster, Jack Dempsey's veal cutlet, Ye Olde College Inn's fried bread pudding po-boy, and so many more!
Of course, there's music - this is a New Orleans festival after all. There will be 3 stages with acts including Papa Grows Funk, Rebirth Brass Band, Jon Cleary, and the Radiators.
The Saints have a bye on the 14th so there's no reason not to get out and celebrate our beloved po-boys while strolling along Oak Street. The festival hours are 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. See ya there!