Food & Drink

Addictive N'awlins eats, from po' boys to beignets, in Bayshore

Published On 11/16/2009 Published On 11/16/2009
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1. Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy Cafe 3030 San Bruno Ave, San Francisco, CA 94134 (Bayshore)

From a Louisiana native who knew the ubiquitous Creole sando could be a star in SF, Queen's is a modest, 30-seat, red-and-white walled homage to the "unique, overstuffed sandwiches and specialties that originated in the heart of New Orleans" decked with old-school Bourbon Street style lanterns, and framed N'Awlins' jazz posters, and sandwiches so addictive, they'll turn you into a po-boy.