Where to Get a Great Muffuletta
Whether you say muffuletta or muffaletta you're in the right city for this New Orleans' specialty. Just about every version of this delicious sandwich has a round sesame seed bun, layers of italian meat, cheese and olive salad, but no two taste the same. Every restaurant in town adds their own special touch and we've rounded up our favorites.
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This sandwich has layers of mortadella, salami, ham, mozzarella and provolone topped with an olive salad and placed on a fresh bun. Believe us when we say it tastes as good as it looks.
Mulate's Cajun Restaurant
Mulate's version of this New Orleans favorite is made with thin sliced Chisesi ham, Genoa salami, smoked provolone cheese, and house mixed olive salad and seasonings. It is then heated and pressed on French Bread that is sure to excite your palate. You have to taste it to believe it!
Huck Finn's Cafe
The muffaletta was made famous by Italian dock workers in the 1800s. Huck Finn's version has genoa salami, mortadella, and chisesi ham piled high with melted provolone cheese and olive salad on sesame seed bun. It's hearty enough to fuel tourists and dock workers alike.
Court Tavern Po Boys
For a fast snack on Bourbon Street nothing beats Court Tavern's muffuletta. For just 10 bucks you'll get layers of meat, cheese and of course, olive salad that will fill you up for an afternoon of fun.
This muffaletta is off the beaten path in Metairie, but the trip is worth it. Plus, if you've got a big group the 5 foot party boy or the cocktail muffaletta are perfect. Make sure to put your order in at least 24 hours in advance so it will be ready to go.
Napoleon House's specialty is a warm muffuletta. It is served with ham, genoa salami, ooey gooey swiss and provolone cheese and house-made Italian olive salad. We love that you can buy a whole, half or quarter depending on your level of hunger.