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A beloved 24-hour deli and sandwich shop is housed in the back of a small, unassuming grocery store on a quint street typical of the French Quarter. Verti Marte has earned a devoted following of night owls for their commitment to the all-important Louisiana food staple, the po’ boy, that baguette-like sandwich filled with meat and fried seafood. Their notably messy, calorie-packing takes include the must-try All That Jazz (shrimp and mushrooms get sautéed in Creole mustard before being piled onto ham, turkey, tomatoes and layered with Swiss and American cheeses and proprietary “WOW” sauce), in addition to plates of chicken-fried steaks, breakfast sandwiches and daily specials. They deliver, but you may want to budget in some time for a walk to pick up one of these monolithic po’ boys yourself.

Verti Marte, New Orleans
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Verti Marte

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A beloved 24-hour deli and sandwich shop is housed in the back of a small, unassuming grocery store on a quint street typical of the French Quarter. Verti Marte has earned a devoted following of night owls for their commitment to the all-important Louisiana food staple, the po’ boy, that baguette-like sandwich filled with meat and fried seafood. Their notably messy, calorie-packing takes include the must-try All That Jazz (shrimp and mushrooms get sautéed in Creole mustard before being piled onto ham, turkey, tomatoes and layered with Swiss and American cheeses and proprietary “WOW” sauce), in addition to plates of chicken-fried steaks, breakfast sandwiches and daily specials. They deliver, but you may want to budget in some time for a walk to pick up one of these monolithic po’ boys yourself.