Wow! This place was cool...a real throwback to the old neighborhood po-boy shop. Great people, great atmosphere. The po-boy I had (roast beef) was the bet I've ever had. My wife had the grilled shrimp and fried green tomato po-boy. She loved it. They had a full bar and a big screen tv. There was an arcade game that my kids went nuts over...it had like 80 games from the early days of video games. Mahony's has all the makings of a successful restaurant. We will definitely come back!
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309 N Carrollton Ave Ste 3New Orleans, LA 70119
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500 Port Of New Orleans PlNew Orleans, LA 70130
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Have been there several times with my wife, nothing bad on the menu. While everything is homemade, it makes for the best flavor. The ambience is old style New Orleans, patio tables outside brings in the local flavor. We have tried the peacemaker, grilled shrimp with fried green tomatoes, the ham with barq's root beer, chicken livers, roast beef, onion rings, fries, all the desserts. Personally, if you go there and can't find a good meal, than maybe it's you.
I am from New Orleans and love po-boys. This restaurant has the best po-boys in the city with a typical New Orleans casual laid back atmosphere. Sometimes the line seems long but it moves very fast. My favorite is the Roast Beef, however, I really love their muffalettas. The salads are fresh and plentiful. The employees are friendly, fun and courteous. I highly recommend Johnny's. I am planning on trying their breakfast as I hear that it is terrific as well.