Hot sausage po-boys have long been a New Orleans delicacy. Most often fixed with slim patties made with Pattons’ magical blend of seasoning and spices; this is not sausage found at the grocery store, and its only sold in New Orleans. The sausage is crisped on a flat top grill and placed inside fresh French bread with a crisp, light crust and fluffy center, and usually comes served with melty American cheese, lettuce, tomato, and mayo.
After the closure of 50-year old Gene’s Po-Boys last summer, best known for its hot sausage, New Orleanians spirits were down. And while many shops offer a version, here are our picks for those spots that have perfected the taste of the classic New Orleans hot sausage po-boy.
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