Named for Tchoupitoulas Street in New Orleans, and pronounced “chops,” Tchoup’s Market is a fast-casual sandwich shop specializing in Louisiana po’ boys, burgers, and NOLA-inspired snacks and cocktails. They offer hot options like traditional fried shrimp or oyster po’ boys or less traditional tastes like the Vietnamese with smoked pork belly, pickled daikon, pork pate, and chili mayo. If you’re truly hungry (or it’s a Monday), you’re in luck: the chef specializes in fat, juicy burgers. If your eyes are bigger than your stomach, try the Patty Melt on for size (2 patties, pressed sourdough, bacon jam, pimento cheese, onion, pickles, and garlic mayo). Look out for prime rib Thursdays and swallow it down with beer snob-pleasing craft brews and creative cocktails.