Fall Food Fests
Where New Orleans|November 2019
Thanksgiving may be the big November meal, but you’ll find lots to chew on around town in the weeks leading up to Turkey Day.

Oak Street Po-Boy Festival

That noise rising from the Riverbend neighborhood Nov. 3? That’s the sound of thousands of po’boy fans munching on more than 60-plus variations of the city’s signature sandwich. From the traditional (hot sausage, fried shrimp) to the not-so (escargot, smothered rabbit,) to the way-out-there (pork belly-deviled egg, duck debris with goose-fat fried duck skin), there’s something for every appetite.

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Tremé Creole Gumbo Festival

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