To me, beef is beef, but I know a good burger when I taste it--and my burger was thick-n-juicy with a bakery-made brioche bun--the tater tots are a fun side.
Octave itself is a chill, cozy nook with an arty-casual feel. No takeout on Fridays/Saturdays between 6-9pm, but the waitress was happy to let me wait for my pre-6pm carryout order and promptly offered me a glass of ice-water to help me beat the heat.
We had the Gouda-BBQ burger and Cuban sandwich. Both yum-yum. They use quality local ingredients, and it shows. Check out 3rd Coast Spice Cafe for breakfast food like this.
Octave Grill is named for railroad civil engineer/pilot Octavius Chanute.