Throughout the year, do you ever get random bursts of cravings for Parkway’s Thanksgiving poboy, only served one month out of the year? Don’t worry, you’re not alone, and you can get a head start on that craving a whole 2 weeks early this weekend! Parkway Bakery & Tavern is joining Port Orleans Brewing Company this Saturday, October 26.
The Parkway team is setting up a pop-up shop with proceeds benefitting the Al Copeland Foundation. In collaboration, Port Orleans is debuting a new limited edition beer, the Friendsgiving Cranberry Orange Saison. For every orange saison sold, they will also donate $1 to the foundation. Only for the month of November, you can also find the Friendsgiving beer at Parkway in cans.
Tickets for this Saturday begin at $20, which includes a po-boy and sweet potato fries. For $40, you get a po-boy, sweet potato fries, and a T-shirt.
Parkway Bakery & Tavern has successfully created a phenomenon revolving around this one sandwich, which they ONLY serve on Wednesdays during the month of November.
Featured image via NOLA Weekend.