If your doctor tells you to add more iron to your diet, run out and order a fried chicken liver poboy with coleslaw at Mahoney’s (3435 Magazine Street, 504.899.3374). Or how about the livercheese poboy? Either one will give a nice boost to your iron count.
If Mahoney’s paper-thin onion rings don’t count as a vegetable in your nutritional calculus, choose one of the menu’s four salads. Yes, a poboy shop with actual salads–who says we live in a nutritional wasteland?
The introduction of the half order of onion rings at Mahoney’s was both a blessing and a curse. I probably eat more of them now than when the order was huge.
As far as the salads go, I was pleasantly surprised by their Caesar dressing and croutons.
I think the onion rings might be the perfect topping for a roast beef poboy.
They probably would, but mine have never lasted that long.
You know who else has great thin “tanglers” (my nickname for that style of fried onion)? K-Paul’s, on their new-ish lunch menu.
Liver po boys. Now you are talking my language
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