George travels to New Orleans to sample 4 burgers as diverse as the city’s cultural history. He visits Ted’s Frostop and Bozo’s Restaurant to enjoy 2 very different hamburger po’ boys, a regional favorite. In ...Go to Episode
Located just outside New Orleans in neighboring Jefferson Parish, Bozo’s is a seafood restaurant renowned for their oysters, but their po’ boy hamburger is a favorite in its own right.
3117 21st St
Metairie, LA 70002
The Camellia Grill boasts local flavor beyond the food itself. The restaurant is known for their lively, gregarious staff of long-time waiters, as well as their famous brunch and NOLA-style burgers.
626 South Carrollton Ave
New Orleans, LA 70118
A New Orleans institution for over 100 years, this bakery’s French bread is synonymous with the po’ boy sandwich.
1501 Simon Bolivar Ave
New Orleans, LA 70113
Located on the quiet end of the French Quarter, this restaurant’s juicy, char-broiled mushroom burger is a favorite meal for locals preparing for a day of drinking or recovering from the night before.
838 Esplanade Ave
New Orleans, LA 70116
A classic 1950s diner, Ted’s Frostop is named for the frosty tops of the root beer they serve. Don’t miss the Lot-O burger “dressed” in classic New Orleans fashion.
3100 Calhoun St
New Orleans, LA
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