What a “seafood muffaletta” is
There’s only one, and it’s at our favorite po-boy shop in all of New Orleans: Parran’s. If you've never had one, it’s essentially a fried shrimp, oyster, and catfish po-boy dressed and served on half a wheel of muffaletta loaf. You’ll need a friend to get through it, most likely.
That New Orleans geographical snobbery flows West
Bywater hipsters gag at the thought of living Uptown, the Uptown pukes scoff at the mention of Metairie, Metry folks feel superior to Kenner, and Kenner looks down on Destrehan. And then the whole city is thankful that we’re not Baton Rouge, and Baton Rouge is thankful that they’re not Lake Charles, and Lake Charles says, “Well, at least we’re not Texas.”