Domilise's feels untouched by time. The menu above appears virtually unchanged for decades, except for the prices. There's no pretense here; you might even drive right by the place if you weren't really looking for it. However, what you find inside, is good folks serving up killer po-boys, which is all they have from this homey location for generations.
Fried shrimp and fried oyster po-boy. You've got to get your po-boy "dressed," which adds lettuce,
pickles, ketchup, hot sauce, and mayo. The combo of the fat, crispy gulf oysters with the creamy
mayo and veggies is just sublime. A good baguette is key, too, and Domilese's uses bread from
Leidenheimer's, another local family-owned company with long, deep roots in New Orleans.
If you ever find yourself in New Orleans, do yourself a favor and head uptown to try one of these
po-boys. You won't be disappointed.