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Here's 7 Oddball Clubs To Try in New Orleans Now

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It's Club Sandwich Power Hour, and to Celebrate Eater NOLA is bringing you the best of the Clubhouse for the next 60 minutes. Actually, forget what makes a club sandwich a club sandwich for a moment, and let's talk new school clubs that bring everything from boiled shrimp to duck confit into the game. Here now, are Six Oddball Club Sandwiches to Try in New Orleans.

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Frady's One Stop Food Store

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Here, the traditional club filling comes on french bread, which means you can cut it up and have yourself a big old club po' boy party. It's really good.

Crescent City Brewhouse

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The Brewhouse actually has an Oyster Club that strays from the norm and is definitely worth a try, with fried ersters topped with spinach, avocado, radish, tomato, bacon, sauerkraut (yes, really), and an herbsaint aioli on wheat bread.

The Grocery

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The shrimp club is a top seller here, because of the spicy berled shrimp and the addition of a cilantro mayo, though they also have a regular club too.

Capdeville

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The Duck Confit Club comes with duck cracklings and a roasted Garlic Aioli. Meet your club sandwich quack crack.

Warehouse Grille

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The club has grilled chicken, bacon, and Canadian bacon on jalapeno bread.

Russell's Marina Grill

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Russell's does a wrap version of the club with melted American cheese, ham, roasted turkey, applewood smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo.

Stanley

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Grilled chicken and sliced ham get the works with the usual club toppings plus Swiss Cheese and a spicy Caesar Pesto sauce.

Frady's One Stop Food Store

Here, the traditional club filling comes on french bread, which means you can cut it up and have yourself a big old club po' boy party. It's really good.

Crescent City Brewhouse

The Brewhouse actually has an Oyster Club that strays from the norm and is definitely worth a try, with fried ersters topped with spinach, avocado, radish, tomato, bacon, sauerkraut (yes, really), and an herbsaint aioli on wheat bread.

The Grocery

The shrimp club is a top seller here, because of the spicy berled shrimp and the addition of a cilantro mayo, though they also have a regular club too.

Capdeville

The Duck Confit Club comes with duck cracklings and a roasted Garlic Aioli. Meet your club sandwich quack crack.

Warehouse Grille

The club has grilled chicken, bacon, and Canadian bacon on jalapeno bread.

Russell's Marina Grill

Russell's does a wrap version of the club with melted American cheese, ham, roasted turkey, applewood smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo.

Stanley

Grilled chicken and sliced ham get the works with the usual club toppings plus Swiss Cheese and a spicy Caesar Pesto sauce.

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