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By Todd A. Price, NOLA.com | Times-Picayune Pier 424 took home the prize for the top oyster po-boy Saturday (March 29) at the eighth annual Louisiana Seafood Jubilee. The winning entry was a bánh mì-style "Ho Chi Minh" oyster po-boy. Second placed was claimed by The Original Pierre Maspero's with a fried oyster po-boy topped with mirliton slaw and Maker's Mark barbecue sauce. Felix's came in third with its Asian-Cajun oyster po-boy. The French Quarter food festival also featured a 340-feet po-boy stuffed with 5,500 oysters. The Louisiana Oyster Jubilee is produced by the Louisiana Seafood Promotion & Marketing Board, the Oyster Task Force and New Orleans [...]

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by Pier 424 Seafood Market | 3 years ago

Pier 424 Seafood Market along with the entire family of Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts participated in the 5th annual Louisiana Oyster Jubilee on Saturday, March 9th at the 300th block of Bourbon Street in front of the New Orleans Musical Legends Park. The Louisiana Oyster Jubilee was founded in 2007 by New Orleans Musical Legends, Inc. and the Louisiana Seafood Promotion & Marketing Board to show visitors and locals alike that the French Quarter and the fishing community in Louisiana were still going strong despite Hurricane Katrina’s devastation 2 years prior. Each of our chefs, seven in total, including Pier 424′s Chef Jeremy Latimer, concocted a special po-boy for the [...]

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by Pier 424 Seafood Market | 4 years ago

New Orleans. Bourbon Street. The heart of the French Quarter. In the midst of mid-day revelry, inebriated patrons spilling out of doorways into the streets and dodging the occasional stray cat or two, hunger reared its ravenous head. Truth be told, minus the frenzied carousing of Mardi Gras, Bourbon Street is still a bit seedy, but it has at least one thing going for it: Pier 424 Seafood Market Restaurant. Located across the street from both Larry Flynt’s Hustler Barely Legal Club and Babe’s Cabaret, it normally would not have been my first choice of places to dine at in The Big Easy. However, I was lulled in by the subtle hawker-like stylings of Henry and Gregg, two of the sociable [...]

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by Pier 424 Seafood Market | 3 years ago

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