The landscaped courtyard is a lovely, peaceful oasis from the busy streets of the French Quarter, and the restaurant’s classy interior is as beautiful as the outdoor space. Saturday lunch offers a more limited brunch menu, but you will have no trouble finding something you want to eat. My blue crab cake entrée was superb, though a little on the light side as a single course. Fortunately my friend offered me a wedge of her muffelatta, which was far superior to the famous one at the Napoleon House, from its excellent crusty bread to the flavorful ham (probably roasted and carved on the premises). I give my highest service points to the obliging bartender. When I wasn’t crazy about my flute of champagne, I asked him to turn it in to a cocktail. The creation he made by adding St. Germain elderflower liqueur, local orange bitters and an orange peel made my day!