The Low Down
What to Drink: The two-story wine selection is first-rate. The cafe serves 3-ounce pours of specially selected reds and whites, and the beer case offers hard-to-find labels from around the world.
The Extras: Seasonal catering specials like "wild harvest at your home" includes choices such as rabbit terrine, beef Wellington, roasted guinea hen and pomegranate pecan stuffing.
When to Go: Get there early for lunch--peak hours can be crowded, and there are only 10 first-come, first-served tables.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The French owners used to run clubs before opening The Little Door, which explains why the restaurant is hidden behind wood doors and not particularly visible from the street. Crowds have been flocking for years through these doors, moreâ¦
By at Gayot
Adjacent to The Little Door restaurant, this bakery, deli and wine shop is the sort of destination to sweep patrons away into an old-world fantasy.... Read More
I think you'll like it!
By Sean R at Insider Pages
great place and great food....it is just one those places that you want to go to once in while.....not an everyday type of a place.... Read More
By jinkwell at Menuism
After studying abroad in Paris for three months, I missed the little cafes that dotted the Paris sidewalks.... Read More
The Little Next Door Cafe is my favorite place...
By jennyc3 at Menuism
The Little Next Door Cafe is my favorite place to go for weekend brunch. They have an excellent bakery,... Read More
Excellent local vegetables from the Santa...
By Aruna at Menuism
Excellent local vegetables from the Santa Monica farmers markets, as well as wonderful meat! A little... Read More