Orleans & York is a local mini-chain serving classic sandwiches from both NYC and New Orleans. The menu at this order-at-the-counter spot covers a lot of ground, so our suggestion is to concentrate mostly on the New Orleans side of things. And in particular, the po’boys. The shrimp po’boy is what most people are eating, but for us, the beef hot links with bell peppers and onions is the best sandwich here. And if they’re selling a dessert crumble at the counter, get it.
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