I watched a PBS documentary about sandwiches which included Domilese's roast beef, oyster, & shrimp po'boys and Central Grocery's famous muffaletta. They both looked wonderful. Like the previous post about Central Grocery and the positive reports about Domilese's, people like the food. Yet, Tom Fitzmorris wrote this: "One of the oldest and most cherished poor-boy joints around, Domilese's raffishness seems to guarantee a great sandwich. But in my experience this is one time when local color is not a marker of great food. I find the poor boys here ordinary, from the roast beef to the vaunted fried seafood loaves."