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wondering where I could find muffaletta and other norlans creole stuff. I'm not in it for the atmosphere, but it's gotta be authentic.

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  1. Speaking as a New Orleans' native, nothing is as good up here as it is back home. You won't find a muffaletta up here as the bread is different, much like a poboy can not be duplicated up here beacuse the bread is the key. Let me dig up my olive salad recipe, which I found on here. I made my own muffs for the Saints/Vikings playoff game and they came out quite good.
    And please, New Orleans not norlans. lol

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    1. re: roro1831

      just read about this new place Cheeky in LES:
      http://nymag.com/restaurants/reviews/...

      the intermittently open place ships their bread up from NOLA for their po'boys; I'm sure it suffers from the ride but . . . . not bad right?

      1. re: bigjeff

        I may have to check it out, but with no set hours it could be hard. And my poboy of choice by which I measure all establishments that serve poboys, is the roast beef poboy, which they don't serve. I might venture there to buy bread to make my own.

    2. I know it gets mixed reviews, but I happen to really like Mara's Homemade for southern creole type food. There really aren't many authentic New Orleans kind of places in NYC.

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      Mara's Homemade
      342 E 6th St Apt 2, New York, NY 10003

      1. Mara's Homemade on 6th St just West of 1St Ave

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        Mara's Homemade
        342 E 6th St Apt 2, New York, NY 10003