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Verti Marte
Takeout Restaurant
Today Open 24 hours
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1201 Royal St New Orleans, LA 70116
1201 Royal StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70116
(504) 525-4767
Takeout Restaurant, Deli
Takeout Restaurant
Grocery Store
Today Open 24 hours
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This longtime market & deli open 24/7 is known for Creole-inspired sandwiches, entrees & sides.- Google
"Best roast beef po boy you will ever find!"
"Get a grilled shrimp po boy!"
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a month ago
Best roast beef po boy you will ever find! Best sandwich I have ever had! Great service and great price!
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Ryan Hicks
2 weeks ago
Was recommended to swing by this place for lunch when I arrived in NOLA at our hotel. I asked our front desk guy if he could pick a spot right now what he'd get for lunch where would he go. He said Verti Marte down the road. It's a small grocery store tucked away that also serves food in the back as apart of their deli. Apparently this is the place to go if you want a NOLA Po Boy. Let me say these sandwiches are massive and will easily feed two people. I couldn't eat all of mine so had I known that I would split mine with my friend. Worth coming in and checking this place out if you want a quick lunch and some decent sandwiches.
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Corbin Thompson
a month ago
Shrimp Philly on French is a legendary sandwich. Kind staff and being open 24/7 are also huge pluses. You can always meet interesting people while you wait for your food.
John Dorroh
5 months ago
I've been to "the Verti" at least 6 times on this stay. It's great! Although the choices and variety in the grocery section are limited, the fun part is at the back where you will see a menu posted to the post on the right. It's extensive. Not just snacks, but entrees and salads and sides, oh my. This morning I had a biscuit with egg and bacon. It was a REAL biscuit like my mom used to make. I've eaten several containers of their chicken salad, a Greek salad, boiled shrimp salad, a couple of po-boys, and much more. Sunday night we didn't feel like going out again, so I called in. It was delivered to the hotel within 30 minutes. The staff is friendly and helpful, and that's icing on the cake. Remember: cash only.
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Son Khuu
in the last week
Excellent poboys. Had the shrimp & Oyster plus the all that jazz - both were terrific. Fair prize and big portions. Recommended.
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David Ninobla
2 months ago
Can't visit NOLA without having a po-boy. This definitely sets the standard for po-boys. We tried the classic "fried shrimp po-boy" and it was amazing. You basically get a french baguette over a foot long smothered in NOLA sauce, lettuce, tomato and more cajun fried shrimp than can fit on the sandwich. =) If you want to venture to something the locals eat, they recommend ""all that jazz" which has fried shrimp, cured ham, and a NOLA sauce, we didn't have time to order that, but it's on my list. This late night deli, can be unassuming for most, but walk inside straight to the back and you will find a small line waiting these sandwich creations of yumness. Cash only, but definitely worth the visit.
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Sean Patterson
in the last week
Great sandwiches. Got a little bit expensive since the hurricane but they are an institution in the neighborhood. Got to support local business, and this place defines that in the quarter.
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Pyra-Danny V
6 months ago
Slow down! It’s very easy to pass this non-assuming, tiny grocery mart and not think much of it… but enter and go all the way to the back where delicious Sandwiches are the stars. In wanting something with a little ‘NOLA’ flavor I ordered the All That Jazz sandwich (Ham, Turkey, Cheese… and Shrimp and ‘Wow Sauce!’) I don’t know what ‘Wow Sauce’ was but the overall effect with the added Seafood was delicious! Gooey and soft—t exture-wise there wasn’t much variance but I’ll ignore that in favor of the flavor. Other sandwiches seemed to revolve around typical fillings with a twist like a Shrimp Philly, Mushrooms on Cheese, and of course… Muffulettas. Unfortunately (for you Gluten-free folk) there were no Bread substitutes for the Sandwiches however they offer a few (boring looking) vegetable options and grilled seafood. Remember… CASH ONLY
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