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Parkway Bakery and Tavern



532 Hagan Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70119

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(504) 482-3047

  • Sun - Sat 11:00am - 10:00pm

Cuisine: Bakeries, Bars, Burger Restaurants, Cajun Restaurants, Delis, Dog Friendly Restaurants

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4.7 of 5.0 from 176 reviews


price range:Less than $10

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  • Tiffany Tastes on Sep 16, 2012

    It's been a long time coming, but here it is, the final installment in our New Orleans journey. We decided to save the best for last, so here are our top 3 favorite restaurants.

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  • Michael TGumbo and all the other good NOLA delights. Get in line!

    55555 by Michael T


  • Darryl BEverything's good here and don't forget to a cold Barq's rootbeer.

    55555 by Darryl B


  • Ben K.My favorite shrimp po'boy in New Orleans. Order it with a side of gravy if you want to try the Surf n' Turf without committing. Pickle chips are great too.

    55555 by Ben K.


  • Michael S.Fried Shrimp Po'Boy

    55555 by Michael S.


  • Michael S.Fried Shrimp Po' Boy

    55555 by Michael S.


  • Eugene L.Classic Shrimp Po-boy is exactly what it needs to be. Regular is 6" - large is closer to 12"

    55555 by Eugene L.


  • Casey Bother place for po-boys

    55555 by Casey B


  • Cole LIconic place. Had the catfish and roast beef po boys. Place transports you back to '50's: a must for experiencing the Louisiana po boy sandwich.

    55555 by Cole L


  • Liz T.Got a shrimp po-boy, a catfish po-boy and fries with gravy! Pro-tip: if ordering to-go, go to the bar instead of standing in the long line!

    33333 by Liz T.


  • Terrencehuge portions and fast services makes this a no-brainer

    55555 by Terrence


  • Ike I.It's all good. Order anything and eat to your hearts content! 😋

    55555 by Ike I.


  • Jackie G.FRIED PICKLES.

    55555 by Jackie G.


  • Leslie DThe rum cake is a must.

    55555 by Leslie D


  • Erica U.Everything is good

    55555 by Erica U.


  • Gregory W.Some days the line can be out the door, but Parkway certainly is among the best at what they do.

    55555 by Gregory W.


  • Amber LoweyThe surf and turf is worth the hype. The golden fried shrimp were perfection 👌

    55555 by Amber Lowey


  • Brendan M.Thanksgiving poor boy every Wednesday in November

    55555 by Brendan M.


  • Brendan M.Po'boy in any flavor

    33333 by Brendan M.


  • Adam M.Surf & Turf po'boy is to die for

    55555 by Adam M.


  • naska HСо слов местного жителя, по-бой тут один из самых вкусных, которые он пробовал. Брала по-бой с креветками и их там было действительно много! Н

    55555 by naska H


  • Patricia BEverything is Great

    55555 by Patricia B


  • Roosevelt P.Food,drinks great people

    55555 by Roosevelt P.


  • Richard SAlligator sausage poboy is good. Also, a good Reuben can be had here

    55555 by Richard S


  • GT WhyteHad my first NOLA po boy here and I'll never be able to enjoy any other. I got the surf and turf and it was incredible! Oh baby, that gravy puts po boys on another level!

    55555 by GT Whyte


  • Terry P1/2 Oyster 1/2 Shrimp dressed.

    55555 by Terry P


  • Regina JShrimp and hot sausage PO-Boys

    55555 by Regina J


  • Alejandro M.Sausage alligator po'boy 👌🏽. Plus get the half and just get some chili fries! It is so many of them that you can share!

    55555 by Alejandro M.


  • Victor L.Po boys or bust. Don't go anywhere else other than here.

    55555 by Victor L.


  • Jia O.My family loved the catfish poboy, surf n turf is saucy and messy (be prepared), this place has a lot of hype, be prepared to wait

    55555 by Jia O.


  • Mike W.The Surf & Turf Poboy is great, but I prefer the shrimp-only version — it stays nice and crispy. If they've got fried pickles, get 'em along with a long neck of Barqs. Read more on WinstonWander.com!!

    55555 by Mike W.


  • Chris WAlligator sausage po boy is fantastic.

    55555 by Chris W


  • Dinah LDebris fries are yummy! We also enjoyed shrimp poboys, potato salad and bloody Mary's. Good convo with the locals and good service at the bar!

    55555 by Dinah L


  • Leo NThe Bread Pudding was really really good!

    55555 by Leo N


  • AshleyHalf fried oyster and half fried shrimp with a side of gravy. Off menu but bartender lady will help you out

    33333 by Ashley


  • Eduardo C.This place is great. The sandwich is good and the price is fair. Also, try their soup!

    55555 by Eduardo C.


  • Brendan M.Fried shrimp po boy, grab a hard root beer and join the locals watching the game

    55555 by Brendan M.


  • Lexi AThe surf and turf po'boy was so amazing that it made me cry

    55555 by Lexi A


  • Dijana Cit was ok, not worth the ride if you're staying in the heart of the French Qtr. I had the meatball po-boy, extremely messy and just OK.

    33333 by Dijana C


  • Sally II've only had the po boys but there were always delicious

    55555 by Sally I


  • Guillermo G.Catfish Po Boys

    55555 by Guillermo G.


  • Paige C.Oyster Po boy monday and wednesday... And fried pickles!

    55555 by Paige C.


  • Jeffrey BThe best shrimp po boy that I've ever had.

    55555 by Jeffrey B


  • Brandi W.Shrimp poboys!

    55555 by Brandi W.


  • Sherie S.An institution for poboys.

    55555 by Sherie S.


  • Daniel BarnettParkway surf n turf baby!! Not dry like mama's, really really good and one of a kind.

    55555 by Daniel Barnett


  • John J.Great Reuben.

    55555 by John J.


  • Chris B.Try one of the seafood or meatball po boys. If you get there during prime eating times, be prepared to stand in line for a little while. It's worth the wait.

    55555 by Chris B.


  • ScottGreat food, friendly staff

    55555 by Scott


  • Nathan BlakeOne bite of the shrimp po boy and alligator gumbo, and I was in love. Eat here.

    55555 by Nathan Blake


  • Sara T.The roast beef po' boy is amazing! Great service and prices. Good bloody Mary's too.

    55555 by Sara T.


  • Justin ArziBest po boys in town, also have great outdoor seating.

    55555 by Justin Arzi


  • CNNOne can avoid Parkway's line (Barack Obama ate there, so now everyone does) by calling ahead to place their order at the bar. The surf and turf po-boy is a must-try.

    55555 by CNN


  • Hannah GSurf & Turf Po Boy!!!

    55555 by Hannah G


  • Olivia DiazThe po'boys are delicious! A 'large' is an average size

    55555 by Olivia Diaz


  • Daniel LambertRoast Beef Po-boy was awesome. One of the best I have ever eaten.

    55555 by Daniel Lambert


  • Brian FlockThere shrimp po'boy is awesome!!

    55555 by Brian Flock


  • Katie ArnoldWhen you order something fried, it's lightly battered. You don't lose the shrimp or the flavor in an inch of breading!

    33333 by Katie Arnold


  • phaedra r.Fried pickles are a must

    55555 by phaedra r.


  • ClareDressed shrimp po boy 👏👏👏

    55555 by Clare


  • Jeremy F.Shrimp po boy. Skip the line by ordering to-go from the bar on the side

    33333 by Jeremy F.


  • KREWEduopticSurf & Turf only way to go

    55555 by KREWEduoptic


  • Melanie PowellMy personal favorite is the shrimp poboy and sweet potato fries with a Barq's Red Cream Soda!

    55555 by Melanie Powell


  • Marlo AFirst day in NOLA: shrimp po'boy & frickles ☑️

    55555 by Marlo A


  • Kevin S.Popular spot for po boys. The surf & turf (roast beef & fried shrimp) was pretty good. Eat in the bar to avoid the counter line.

    55555 by Kevin S.


  • Katie ArnoldFor vegetarians, the caprese really hits the spot! Add shrimp for a healthy option that leaves you wanting more!

    55555 by Katie Arnold


  • John RShrimp po' boy

    55555 by John R


  • Ashley NorsworthyIt seems as if everyone raves about the roast beef, but the seafood poboys are where it's at!

    55555 by Ashley Norsworthy


  • Yukie TakabatakePo' Boys suggestion by Kate

    55555 by Yukie Takabatake


  • Wesley V.I mean, po boys of course. Insiders tip: avoid the long line by sitting at the bar and ordering there.

    33333 by Wesley V.


  • MissyThe shrimp po-boy ane gumbo are amazing. 😋

    55555 by Missy


  • Eric D.Oysters only available Monday/Wednesday. The shrimp is good but the line gets crazy-long. You can go inside to the bar and order from the same menu.

    55555 by Eric D.


  • Helena Tiare OlsenBEST Poboy's in town!!

    55555 by Helena Tiare Olsen


  • Brandi PSweet potato fries with provolone cheese and gravy! Soooooo good!!!!

    55555 by Brandi P


  • Peter DWhile everything is good, when they have soft shell crabs, that is the best thing they make!

    55555 by Peter D


  • Flavia MI don't really get the fuss about this place. Don't get me wrong, the food is decent but compared to any joint from NC, food here is tops mediocre. Other than that, the sweet potato fries are good.

    55555 by Flavia M


  • TV Food MapsCheck out Parkway Bakery as seen on Food Feuds , Food Wars

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • foodforfelGet the surf and turf - fried shrimp and roast beef in one sandwich!

    33333 by foodforfel


  • foodforfelFried oyster po'boys only available on Mondays and Wednesdays.

    55555 by foodforfel


  • Chefs FeedMichael Gulotta, chef of MoPho, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Parkway Surf & Turf poor boy.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Nik N.If you're not eating a fried oyster po'boy you're doing something wrong.

    33333 by Nik N.


  • Rj S.Get the Surf and Turf and if you're feeling italian get the meatball sub! Be sure to Try their heavily soaked rum cake, it's to die for!

    55555 by Rj S.


  • GregRoast beef po'boy is not comparable to any other sandwich I've ever had...

    55555 by Greg


  • Demi LeBlancRoast beef! Get it!

    55555 by Demi LeBlanc


  • Men's Health MagWe’re well aware this is going to rile up some locals, but here goes: This place has the best po’boys in all of NOLA. Grab a stool, order a large shrimp and an Abita, and you’ll see things our way.

    55555 by Men's Health Mag


  • The Wall Street JournalIn the Bayou St. John neighborhood, this place rocks for watching college football and the Saints, while eating an extraordinary fried oyster-and-shrimp po-boy. Low-key enough to take kids, too.

    55555 by The Wall Street Journal


  • EpicuriousServes po'boys subjected to chef-ly attention in a cleaned-up facsimile of the original, with a dark-wood bar attached to a bare-bones dining room outfitted with long, plastic-top communal tables.

    33333 by Epicurious


  • Adam A.Amazing reuben, amazing shrimp and roast beef, even amazing turkey sandwich. I guess you can say its amazing. :)

    55555 by Adam A.


  • Dana F.Oyster po boys only on Mondays and Wednesdays. SO WORTH IT!

    55555 by Dana F.


  • Tamiko P.The surf and turf is to die for! (Roast beef and shimps)

    55555 by Tamiko P.


  • Konstantin L.I would die for their food. Po boys are awesome

    55555 by Konstantin L.


  • Christopher JGotta try Nawlin's best roast beef poboys chased w/Jack Daniels :-)

    55555 by Christopher J


  • Nikki J.Surf and Turf po boy, gumbo, and Barq's made with cane sugar

    55555 by Nikki J.


  • George S.Hot roast beef dressed with a Barq's beer/

    55555 by George S.


  • Kaitlyn L.Seriously the best rum cake

    55555 by Kaitlyn L.


  • Emilie D.Make sure you go on oyster day (Monday), its so worth it. Good bloody marys too.

    55555 by Emilie D.


  • SaraFell in love with alligator sausage thanks to their poboys

    55555 by Sara


  • Branden R.Detach your beard before attempting the roast beef po'boy.

    33333 by Branden R.


  • Peter L.If you go to New Orleans, you need a po' boy. We live for our sandwich shops. The Parkway is located on Bayou St. John.

    55555 by Peter L.


  • David H.Pro tip: you can order poboys from the bar...and booze too.

    55555 by David H.


  • Mike M.When I think about what I miss most in NOLA, this is the place that comes to mind. Sit at the bar, order a Surf & Turf, relax, and get ready to enjoy a great po'boy. It'll be worth the wait.

    55555 by Mike M.


  • Geoff B.Looks delicious, but be warned: closed on Tuesdays.

    55555 by Geoff B.


  • Tracie M.Roast beef a must try

    55555 by Tracie M.


  • Gambit New OrleansGambit's Best of New Orleans: Best Seafood Po-Boy

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Gambit New OrleansGambit's Best of New Orleans: Best Roast Beef Po-Boy

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Amber E.chili cheese fries with pepper jack

    55555 by Amber E.


  • Bekah B.Oyster poboy is one of my favorites but they don't always have them

    55555 by Bekah B.


  • Michael S.The best time to come is anytime and everything is delicious! My favorite is the caprese poboy with chicken!

    55555 by Michael S.


  • Matt M.The surf and turf is awesome. The fried shrimp or the roast beef are equally awesome.

    55555 by Matt M.


  • HollyOysters on Monday. Happy hour everyday 3-7 pm.

    55555 by Holly


  • Brittany S.The shrimp po boy with creole mustard is the bomb.com! Must try!! If your looking for something a little lighter try the po boy caprese. Cookies are just 75 cents!

    55555 by Brittany S.


  • RianPo boys for days!

    55555 by Rian


  • Noel N.Shrimp and catfish po' boy dressed with tartar sauce. Money!

    33333 by Noel N.


  • Rune S.A must try poo boy alligator

    55555 by Rune S.


  • Cindy luWhen the weather is good, grab a Poboy to go and walk over to Bayou St. John and have yourself a little picnic.

    55555 by Cindy lu


  • Cindy luSit at the bar, you won't have to stand in line to place your order

    33333 by Cindy lu


  • Cindy luBest shrimp Poboy in NOLA

    55555 by Cindy lu


  • Brandon T.You cannot find po-boys like this outside of New Orleans. Cherish every last bite and be merry!

    55555 by Brandon T.


  • Gloria C.try the roastbeef & surf n turf

    55555 by Gloria C.


  • Gloria C.famous po boys. endorsed by obama. try the roast beef and also surf & turf

    55555 by Gloria C.


  • David H.The roast beef with gravy po'boy is amazing. Get the gravy on the side for your sweet potato fries.

    55555 by David H.


  • Wesley V.The best shrimp po' boys in New Orleans

    55555 by Wesley V.


  • Mike C.Try the Home-Cooked Hot Roast Beef Po-Boy with Gravy (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Matt B.Abita Turbodog and a sausage poboy FTW.

    55555 by Matt B.


  • Aimee C.The caprese po boy is awesome!!

    55555 by Aimee C.


  • Parkway Bakery & TavernChef Justin's Thanksgiving Poor Boy is now available every Wednesday & Thursday through the end of the year! Turkey, Cranberry, Gravy & Stuffing on that delicious bread.

    55555 by Parkway Bakery & Tavern


  • Robin N.Best po boys in town. The alligator is phenomenal!

    55555 by Robin N.


  • Gambit New OrleansTry the unique gumbo that combines alligator sausage and turkey. http://www.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/five-alligator-dishes/Content?oid=2053036

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Gambit New OrleansGambit's Best of New Orleans Readers' Poll 2012 Winner: "Best Shrimp Po-Boy", "Best Roast Beef Po-Boy", and "Best Oyster Po-Boy"

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • DannyThe roast beef is real roast! Not the processes foolishness

    55555 by Danny


  • Markis R.best poor boy I ever had!

    33333 by Markis R.


  • Markis R.vodka and lemonade is a must have.

    55555 by Markis R.


  • Kathy E.The BBQ Beef Poboy is the best!

    55555 by Kathy E.


  • Brandon T.Order the surf & turf fully dressed!

    33333 by Brandon T.


  • Austin F.Order at the bar to avoid the 45 minute line.

    22222 by Austin F.


  • Allison F.Fries with roast beef gravy is da bomb!

    55555 by Allison F.


  • Cristel S.Did I saw AWESOME. Great sammys.

    55555 by Cristel S.


  • Jade B.Fried Shrimp Po Boy Yum Yum!

    55555 by Jade B.


  • Jan M.Cubanos are back! Yummy!

    55555 by Jan M.


  • mian g.Its about a 45 min wait in line today

    22222 by mian g.


  • Gambit New OrleansA standout shrimp po-boy...order includes enough shrimp for a sandwich and a side plate.

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Guille C.Corned beef Po-boy is fan-tas-tic.

    55555 by Guille C.


  • Mark D.Best Reuben and cleanest bathrooms around!

    55555 by Mark D.


  • New Orleans M.Great poor boys ... Look for New Orleans Magazine poor boy issue in November.

    55555 by New Orleans M.


  • Jason S.Corned beef Poboy is fantastic with gravy

    55555 by Jason S.


  • EaterObama endorsed. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Leslie K.Roast beef not as flavorful as I'd hoped, but shrimp po boy and sweet potato fries are where it's at!

    55555 by Leslie K.


  • John C.Roast beef po'boy is otherworldly

    55555 by John C.


  • Vincent M.Best po-boys in the city.

    55555 by Vincent M.


  • Timothy M.Best PO boys. Shrimp oysters and catfish. All excellent.

    55555 by Timothy M.


  • Rachel S.Surf and Turf is the way to go! Roast beef and shrimp = delicious!!

    55555 by Rachel S.


  • Jeff O.You really can't go wrong here.

    55555 by Jeff O.


  • Brian S.can't go wrong with the roast beef, dressed, with gravy! totally killer

    55555 by Brian S.


  • Ada O.You can smell the roast beef from a block away! And the catfish is really good too

    55555 by Ada O.


  • Gambit New OrleansTry the "golden potato po-boy" for $5, or the gravy po-boy for less than $4!

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Alex B.BEST po-boys in town!!! Sweet potato fries are really good too!!!

    55555 by Alex B.


  • Matt W.Two words: gravy fries. Most overlooked item on the menu, but also the tastiest.

    55555 by Matt W.


  • Monk D.The Ruben?!? Forget about it

    33333 by Monk D.


  • Duc V.The surf and turf dressed is the way to go here but you can find better just shrimp po'boys and just roast beef po'boys elsewhere in town. Order the bread pudding and have them warm it up. It's great.

    55555 by Duc V.


  • LisaRoast beef po'boy ftw

    55555 by Lisa


  • Alex B.Gravy Fries w/a Grilled Cheddar & Provolone on Rye = a party in yo mouf!

    55555 by Alex B.


  • nicoya H.Come see me behind the bar every Sunday!!! Ask for Nikki!

    55555 by nicoya H.


  • Justin C.Try the Surf & Turf Poboy. Maybe w/some fries & gravy. Mmmmm...

    55555 by Justin C.


  • Amber C.Surf and turf sub the shrimp for oysters (when they have them)

    33333 by Amber C.


  • Julie LThe shrimp po-boy was awesome. Well worth the 45 minute wait to order.

    55555 by Julie L


  • James W.I've been too hundreds of poboy joints in NOLA. This I the best. No matter how long the line it's worth it. If you don't have a beer, locals drink Barqs.

    55555 by James W.


  • rhea m.Surf and turf! Shrimp & roast beef = happiness!

    55555 by rhea m.


  • Micah S.Great poboys.

    55555 by Micah S.


  • David A.Go there with a group and get a bunch fo Po'boys cause they are all good. Sweet potato fries are nothing special(frozen/not home made).. the bread pudding is a little dry but the sauce is AMAZING

    55555 by David A.


  • Waymon M.Shrimp Po Boy and sweet potato fries are the BEST!

    55555 by Waymon M.


  • GourmetLiveA length of fresh, brawny bread is loaded with beef so tender that it seems not to have been sliced but rather hand-pulled, like fine barbecued pork, into myriad slivers, nuggets, and dainty clumps.

    55555 by GourmetLive


  • Bee P.Ok

    22222 by Bee P.


  • Leslie A.My favorite fried shrimp po-boy. Those sweet potato fries are delicious. Not a fan of the bland roast beef, though.

    55555 by Leslie A.


  • EpicuriousPo'boys are the specialty here at this revamped neighborhood joint that used to have a beef-gravy-dispensing faucet on the premises. The faucet is gone, but the po'boys are just as good as ever.

    55555 by Epicurious


  • Harry C.Get the Surf and Turf Poboy!

    33333 by Harry C.


  • Brad RBest Po' Boy in NOLA. Do it!

    55555 by Brad R


  • Kathleen T.Best Poboys served with a great, laid back attitude. Love this place.

    55555 by Kathleen T.


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