The Grocery (New Orleans, LA)

What's the deal with guys and sandwiches anyway?  Well, The Grocery is one of those delis that is indeed packed with sandwich lovers.  The Grocery is located in the Garden District on Saint Charles, where the picturesque houses of New Orleans are.  Under large oak trees and sandwiched between residential houses and scattered shops, The Grocery was a former pharmacy in the 1800's.  This deli has been around for over ten years now, and well, is a placed well loved by locals.

It is bustling during lunch hours, and for good reason.  Their service is friendly, sanwiches are delicious, boasting a large variety from po-boys to paninis, a large selection of sodas, and even dessert.  Its casual, un-updated ambience with an old-time feel really has this place feeling like what New Orleans did even decades ago.  I've realized my love for corned beef, and so I got the Creole Corned Beef (9.25).  Toasted bread and delicious meat, the sandwich was exactly what I was craving - a hot sandwich with flavor and character.  I'm not sure if the creole coleslaw was just different and unexpected, but a part of me wished it was dressed with the classic toppings.  Either way, it was a delicious sandwich, and I will be back for more!

Rating: 4/5
Price: $-$$
Tip: they cater and deliver to some areas too!

The Grocery (Website)
2854 Saint Charles Ave,
New Orleans, LA 70115
#: (504) 895-9524
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