New Orleans Oyster Jubilee
If you've eaten Louisiana oysters, you know they're worth celebrating. If you haven't, the Oyster Jubilee is the perfect place to start.
Acme supplies thousands of oysters for the festival which started in 2007 as another way to celebrate the food, music and culture of New Orleans. There’s live music, an oyster shucking contest and the world’s longest oyster po-boy. Acme and other famous French Quarter restaurants each cook enough oysters for a 20 foot section of the monstrous po-boy. It ends up being over 350 feet long and stuffed with more than 5,000 oysters, which probably makes it the world’s tastiest po-boy too. Want to learn more about the event? Go to www.oysterjubilee.com.