Thanks to the 50,000+ Po-Boy lovers who made the 2012 Oak Street Po-Boy Festival the tastiest one yet!
Special thanks also to our fantastic sponsors and to our intrepid volunteers.
And the winners are...
- Best of Fest: Palace Cafe – Poutine-boy
- Best Turkey/Chicken: Sammy's Deli - Ray-Ray
- Best Sausage: Crescent Pie and Sausage Company - Bellezaire The Cajun (sausage with mustard cream sauce)
- Best Seafood: Redfish Grill - BBQ Oyster Po-Boy
- Best Pork/Beef: Palace Cafe – Poutine-boy (roast beef, french fries and cheese curds)
- Best Specialty Pork/Beef: Squeal
- Best Specialty Seafood: Seither’s Seafood (stuffed seafood artichoke)
Did you get your T-shirts and Posters yet? You can buy them online now. They also make great gifts. Proceeds help to keep the Fest alive.
The Oak Street Po-Boy Festival (formerly the New Orleans Po-Boy Preservation Festival) was named the Best Food Festival by Gambit readers for the third year in a row. Thank you to everyone who voted for us, and we can't wait to see you next year at the 2013 Oak Street Po-Boy Fest.
It's all about the Po-Boy. For one day only, the absolute best varieties of this historic sandwich from culinary artists citywide come together for your tasting pleasure.
It's not a New Orleans clebration without amazing tunes. Every year, Po-Boy Fest features dozens of live performances by your favorite local musicians all day long.
Familiar but satisfying, "poor boy" sandwiches represent bedrock New Orleans. As with many culinary innovations, the "poor boy" has attracted many legends regarding its origins.