We stumbled upon this restaurant while we were walking around one day, and immediately made reservations for the next night. The restaurant is run out of a historic carriage house, with the kitchen located on the second floor. I recommend eating in the courtyard, weather permitting. The candlelit courtyard has tables scattered among the vegetation, so you can sit 7 feet away from the next table, yet feel completely secluded. The staff is extremely friendly, the ambience was incredible and the food was delicious. We had a mixed berry cobbler for dessert, and it was amazing. The menu is a bit limited, but only because the restaurant focuses on using fresh, local ingredients. They had live music the night we went, and the sound level was perfect - loud enough to hear, but not so loud that it intruded on our conversation - a rarety in the French Quarter, where every other restaurant seemed to have the music blasting at ridiculous levels.
Pros: Candlelit courtyard, romantic ambience, friendly service
Cons: somewhat limited menu