Parkway’s popular monster Thanksgiving po-boy is back!

Parkway's Thanksgiving po-boy draws in the crowds every November.

Parkway Bakery & Tavern gears up to draw in the crowds as its popular Thanksgiving po-boy returns this month starting on Wednesday, Nov. 7.

Photo courtesy: Parkway via Facebook

Parkway’s iconic Thanksgiving po-boy includes turkey, stuffing, gravy and cranberries topped on french bread. The special holiday menu item, usually served on Wednesdays in November, draws in serious crowds.

Parkway Bakery & Tavern in New Orleans has its own passionate following thanks to the restaurant’s hearty, delicious “poor boys.” We went behind-the-scenes in the kitchen to see how it’s done. Watch the video above to learn more about it.

Parkway Bakery also teams up with the Al Copeland Foundation to allow some diners to skip the line for their popular Thanksgiving Poboy for a good cause. The neighborhood po-boy shop will say thanks to diners who make a $50 donation to the Al Copeland Foundation for the charitable campaign #IDidItForTheTurkey.

The contribution gets you a monster Thanksgiving po-boy, an order of sweet potato fries, one drink and the privilege to skip the line (which stretches down the block).

For more information, visit Parkway’s Facebook page. To learn more about the campaign, visit the website.

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