In New Orleans, food is the great equaliser: everyone from politicians to musicians, judges to dockworkers can be found waiting in line at Domilise’s. This unassuming family-run restaurant has been turning out po’ boys for more than seventy years. If you don’t want to be pegged as a tourist, here are a few tips: be sure to take a number; you want the po’ boy dressed (normally lettuce, pickles, and mayo plus an appropriate special sauce); and you order the drinks separately at the bar. Domilise’s is one of the best po’ boy shops in town, and on an average weekday the line runs out the door. If you can, show up a little later than the noon lunch rush. The fried shrimp, fried oyster, and hot sausage with chili sauce po’ boys are all unbeatable.