Soup & Sandwich
Known for its mammoth po’boys in crusty, airy bread from New Orleans’ Leidenheimer Baking Company, B’s Po Boy is introducing Fountain Square to laid back N’awlins cooking.
Bottomless mugs of coffee and a sweet-as-pie waitstaff make this quaint diner a favorite with northeastsiders. Here, you’ll find hearty […]
While the affable staff makes the space welcoming, it’s the promise of chorizo-and-tomato gravy with onion-sage biscuits and eggs that compels you to call an impromptu breakfast meeting.
Adventurous diners get their fix at this bustling Fletcher Place spot that has taken on such seemingly challenging nibbles as grilled octopus and gourmet pork cracklings.
The old pub-grub standards share the menu with po’boys and pastas topped with Big Easy staples such as “bugs” (crawfish) and andouille sausage.
Located just blocks south of its burger-serving cousin, this bustling, homey cafe serves soups, salads, and sandwiches, as well as breakfast all day.
These two energetic establishments with warm interiors blur the line between neighborhood pub and restaurant.
Neighborhood: Multiple Locations
This well-lit locavore haunt is close enough to skyscrapers to make it a crowded workday lunch-meet spot.