Much like gumbo and red beans and rice, po’boys in New Orleans are sacred, especially when you’re looking for the best one during Mardi Gras. Thankfully, this spot in the French Quarter gets them right. There are a ton of options, but the best sandwiches are hot sausage, fried shrimp, fried catfish, and fried soft shell crab. And always go with the regular spicy heat level—it won’t get you sweating, but it’ll be seasoned perfectly as any good po’boy should be. The location is on a quieter stretch of Bourbon Street, so it’s a nice place to sit and admire the countless New Orleans concert posters while you tear through the crusty loaf. Don’t forget to order a Barq’s root beer in a glass bottle.