Is it time for a midweek splurge? Pork chops with syrup sauce might do the trick, or maybe an old-fashioned fried seafood platter. Below are some ideas for take out New Orleans food.
The double cut pork chop in cane syrup is a house specialty at Toups Meater, 845 N. Carrollton Ave., New Orleans. Take it curbside or choose a seafood brood, burger or fried chicken sandwich with coleslaw and hot sauce butter. Plates of cheeses, salads, crackers and more start the meal, from the curbside menu, (504) 252-4999.
The classic old school flavor of Frankie and Johnny is yours to take home with favorites such as fried seafood platters, boiled seafood, stuffed artichokes, parma chicken, kids’ menus, beer and wine. 321 Arabella Street, (504) 243-1234.
Po-boys are served on toasted French Dong Phuong bread, and the menu is “Japanese cuisine with a hint of Cajun spice” at Cajun Ajun in the Riverbend area. The soft shell crab po-boy is served with spicy aioli or a pink sauce. 8433 Oak St., New Orleans, (504) 866-7077.
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