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Fat Harry’s looks like a small English pub, but the food is unmistakably down-home Louisiana eatin’. Po-boys, fried corn, sliders, crawfish, and fried catfish are the staples at Fat Harry’s, but the breakout star has to be The Cure: a pile of tender pulled pork with just the right amount of buttery fat and melted pepper jack cheese topped with a fried egg, jalapeños, and spicy mayo all between two slices of wheat toast. Quell the spice with a moderately cheap beer and rack up at the pool table in the back. It tends to be frequented by students because of its proximity to Tulane, but it’s also right on St. Charles Ave which makes it a great place to celebrate Mardi Gras.

Fat Harry's, New Orleans

Fat Harry's

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Fat Harry’s looks like a small English pub, but the food is unmistakably down-home Louisiana eatin’. Po-boys, fried corn, sliders, crawfish, and fried catfish are the staples at Fat Harry’s, but the breakout star has to be The Cure: a pile of tender pulled pork with just the right amount of buttery fat and melted pepper jack cheese topped with a fried egg, jalapeños, and spicy mayo all between two slices of wheat toast. Quell the spice with a moderately cheap beer and rack up at the pool table in the back. It tends to be frequented by students because of its proximity to Tulane, but it’s also right on St. Charles Ave which makes it a great place to celebrate Mardi Gras.