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Cochon Butcher
Butcher Shop
Today 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
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930 Tchoupitoulas St New Orleans, LA 70130
930 Tchoupitoulas StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70130
Butcher Shop, Sandwich Shop
Butcher Shop
Sandwich Shop
Takeout Restaurant
Today 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
It’s a butcher shop, a sandwich counter and a wine bar. Inspired by old-world meat markets, Butcher specializes in house made meats, terrines and sausages.
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Buzzing sandwich counter & wine bar that produces creative options made with house-cut meats.- Google
"Also enjoyed the BBQ pork sandwich."
"Divine mac & cheese and great pulled pork."
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Jessica Ruiz
a month ago
Had an amazing dinner at Cochon. The folks here are the nicest staff. I showed up this evening without a reservation and to my luck there where a seat available at the chefs table. The chefs here are talented. They were turning dishes left and right. The food that was coming out where 5 star dishes. I had the Oven baked gulf fish, pork ribs, mac and cheese fished off with the butterscotch pudding. I was given a little surprise for sitting at the chefs table. I was given a small plate of their house head cheese with croutons, Delicious! Great experience.
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Mira Serrill-Robins
3 weeks ago
A friend recommended it, and its right by the WWII museum, and has great reviews on Yelp, so i couldn't pass it up. It was the right call for a decent lunch before the museum. It's low-key and comfortable, okay priced, pretty tasty, quick, and has a good range of food and drink. A vegetarian might have a tough time. The lamb sandwich with tzatziki sounded good, but I went with food that seemed more in their wheelhouse: brisket sliders and Mac and cheese. The sliders were alright (it was a set of 2), they had some peppers on them that were nice, the meat was a bit dry, but the flavor was good. The mac and cheese was very good, although that's pretty typical nowadays, and not too hard if you use good cheese and heavy cream; there wasn't anything really distinctive about the mac and cheese. The person at the counter taking my order recommended the hopzilla as a good local IPA, which was a great recommendation, and I preferred it to the NoLA Hopalicious that I tried later. They open up the front of the whole place when it's nice out. It's a comfortable place to sit. They have a full bar and some mixed drinks that looked interesting. They also have lots of boutique sodas.
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Jason Hay
a month ago
The pork belly sandwich with cucumbers was really good and the marinated brussels sprouts were absolutely delicious. Edit: second visit I had the muffaletta and it was really good too. Of course I ordered the brussels sprouts again... Did I mention that they are awesome. I walked from the FQ to eat here twice in one week and I'm so glad I did.
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Will Dolezal
2 months ago
Best sandwiches I've had in years. One legitimate muffaleta. You can see them hack up the pig in the back. Too cool! Solid tap selection at the bar.
Micki Ezzo
a month ago
Hannah was awesome! She told us to get the oysters and if we didn't love them, she would buy them. She didn't have to worry about that...they were some of the best we had. Great service too!
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Roger Massey
a month ago
The place has a great atmosphere, with a significantly more relaxed feel than their big brother next door. The food was hyped a lot, but unfortunately didn't live up to expectations. I had head cheese (ok, if a little tasteless), boudin (very smooth texture, and very peppery), and macaroni cheese (very tasty). Overall, the food doesn't live up to the hype, but it is worth a visit.
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Clint Casey
a week ago
Excellent atmosphere. Terrific food. Beer selection is limited but high quality. Le Pig Mac is fantastic.
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Christina Ly
4 months ago
This is the one place in NOLA you MUST eat at. Everything is freakin' delicious. I've had their muffuletta, BBQ sliders, pork belly sliders, boudin balls, homemade chips, potato salad, key lime pie. Expect a line and to awkwardly be standing waiting for a table to open up though. The hype is totally warranted; the wait is well worth it.


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