Louisiana Oyster Jubilee Names New Orleans' Best Oyster Po-Boys
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 Musical Legends.