I work close by and need to get in and out quickly. They are always ready to take care of that with a smile and great sandwich.
I got the muffalato (sic) and cream soda before garden district tour. Sandwich was made panini style (pressed). Very good. The place is like a corner deli. Funky artwork on sale hanging on walls. I would go again.
We spent a very HOT morning wandering around the Garden district and then stumbled upon the Grocery deli so we stopped on to cool off and grab some food. A relaxed, chilled out place. Great pressed sandwiches and shakes. They signs say, be prepared to wait so we did. It was worth the wait. Some times you need to stop... More
We had heard great things about this little place, so we made our way ove. It took an hour to get four sandwiches and many people that came in after us left with food before we got ours. We finally gave in and ate our chips because we we're so hungry. The place wasn't that busy.
My husband and I stood in the long line for a muffaletta and this small deli. The line went quick, however and was a pleasant experience. We ordered a whole muffaletta to share. It was huge, so good thing they cut it in quarters so it was easier to eat. I loved the olive spread on the sandwich, but my... More
We decided to stop by for a quick lunch after visiting the zoo all morning. The atmosphere is nice and low key. The menu is extensive and variable. The food is large in proportion and outstanding. We ordered the chicken salad po-boy and the chicken pesto pressed po-boy, and I don't have anything negative to report. Even had leftovers for... More
We planned to spend the day in the Garden District and started the day with a tour of the cemetery. After the tour it was noonish and we went to the Rink thinking we would get something to eat before doing the self-guided tour of the Garden District. The coffee shop there had muffins and cookies but that was about... More
Hopped off the St. Charles streetcar to tour the Garden District. Needed some water so headed back to the corner store. The smells were wonderful inside and although we weren't searching for food, couldn't resist trying the gumbo. Turned out to be the best gumbo we had during our visit to New Orleans. Beats the number one rated "Gumbo Shop... More
When in the Garden District don't skip this corner shop. It's not really a grocery store but a fantastic sandwich shop.
We found this spot by accident and are so so glad we did. Great Po Boys, Muffalettas, and Club sandwiches. Cool little place, quaint, great atmosphere. We will definately visit again when we are in New Orleans. You won't be sorry you went for lunch.
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