There are certain things you have to do at least once in New Orleans, like hear a brass band, walk (quickly) down Bourbon Street, and get at least one to-go beer or cocktail. Eating the wood-fired oysters with chili garlic butter at Cochon is also on that list. This spot in the Warehouse District opened more than a decade ago and serves great modern Cajun food, like fried boudin and catfish courtbouillon. But really, it’s all about the oysters. Sure, you can add more small plates like fried alligator or beef pie with horseradish, but a better option is to just get more oysters.