A crowd of French Quarter residents can always be found at this perennially popular spot on a quiet corner of Exchange Alley, a one-block pedestrian street in French Quarter. The wood-paneled first room and larger rear dining rooms are dignified with white linens and leather banquette. Servers are extremely professional and the appetizers are so good that you might want to make a meal of them. Consider the baked oysters, the escargot soaked in butter, or the seafood ‘martini’. As for entrées, the trio of duck is a delectable treat.