Day 4, and the weather has turned. Glorious sunshine and temperatures in the upper 20s make New Orleans into a much more attractive looking city. At lunchtime I headed back to Le Bayou and had a pulled roast beef po' boy. It was delicious, but I think I may have hit my po' boy tolerance level after having at least one a day since I got here.
The place is very popular so you have to put your name on a list for a wait of up to an hour and a half. This isn't too bad as there's a bar called the Maple Leaf next door where you can have a few beers until a waiter comes through from Jacques Imo's to holler your table is ready.
The food was great - cornbread, spinach salad, rabbit tenderloin, fried chicken livers, fried green tomatoes with shrimp, and.. ..some properly proper fried chicken. It was enough to sink a battleship but every mouthful was superb.