Perfect Po' Boys.
A great neighborhood spot that's always packed with locals. Have a cocktail or two while you wait and take in the scene. Although the entire menu is solid, a po' boy is the way to go. Both fried shrimp and fried oyster po' boys are enough to make your legs week. You'll be back.
High-class meets neighborhood joint.
Given its (above-average) standard menu of sandwiches, soups, seafood and pasta dishes, Mandina's carves itself a place at the table alongside Michael's Mid-City Grill, Katie's, Liuzza's and the like. But add the just-so timeworn decor and the oddly appropriate jacketed waitstaff, and it occupies its own particular and peculiar niche, a cross between a Franky & Johnny's hangout and a stuffier old-line aesthete. All of the sandwich selections are memorable, but my favorite item is the hamburger steak, a gravy-laden feast for seasoned veterans of hardened arteries.
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