Little Next Door
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- 75%Luxury Travelers
- 62%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 56%Family Travelers
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- Little Next DoorMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureFoodies+ 2
One of my favorite place to get french pastries in the area. I tried mille-feuilles (one of my fav), palmier, homemade oreo cookies, macarons, almond croissants, pain au raisins, brioche, ahi tuna tartar sandwich, etc. They are all delicious. Don't forget to use yelp check-in offer for your choice of free cookie (you get to choose from macarons, palmier and cookies)
- Little Next DoorMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 4
Love this little french spot on 3rd! With traditional french quisine, delightful ambiance on the outdoor patio, and food made from organic farmers market produce, I definitely recommend this spot for a great date night. I fell in love with the Wild Arugula, Warren Pear, Pomegranate & Picante Gorgonzola Cheese salad and the Farro Risotto & Baked Fresh Marinated Goat Cheese.
- Little Next Door
Ive been wanting to come to Little Next Door since my great experience at Little Door.
The Outdoor patio was just perfect day to have bunch on a sunny Saturday morning!
I had the Mushroom Eggs Benedict with salad on the side, beautiful and delicious- the sauce on top wasn't too heavily drench but in fact just the perfect combination of mushroom,I literally licked the plate clean!
My friends ordered eggs omelet with hash brown potato on the side- the potato actually was a french way of hash brown, with it cut thinly and when you cut into it, it literally fell softly on to your utensils ! Oh em gee..it was one of the best take on hash brown I've ever experienced ! The hot sauce that was brought out was more of a paste and that thing was so delicious we had to add it on everything we ate!
free macaron with check in- and that thing was better than Lette' or Bottega !!
- Little Next DoorMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 11
I visited The Little Door with a few girlfriends to celebrate a friend's birthday a few months ago. Although I forget what I had for dinner, I do remember that the service was superb and the manager made a point to come by and make sure we were enjoying ourselves. Since it was my girlfriend's birthday he gave us complimentary round of champagne. I believe the manager was also in the nightlife industry and gave us a few contacts for some of the nearby nightclubs. Welcoming staff and an intimate restaurant to catch up with some old friends or to bring a date.Recommended for:
- Little Next DoorMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 14
Warning for parking: make sure to read the signs! my friend got a ticket for parking in the residential area without a permit.
Cute restaurant and it had a great vibe. The place was super busy around 1:30pm on a Sunday. The music could be less loud because it was hard to understand what my server was saying because he had a very thick accent. We were seated in a tiny section in front of the pastries and no one came to take our drink orders for at least 15minutes so I had to hunt one down.
Our server was nice but I was a bit irritated due to their lack of service in the beginning. I'm sure he's a great server if he wasn't running around handling other tables.
Food was delicious! Their complimentary bread was great and you have to try their coffee/latte! I'd give this restaurant 5 stars for the food.
My wild mushroom eggs benedict was topped with a lot of mushrooms. The bread was soft and it went well with my side salad. My friend ordered the spanish omelet and he loved the side potatoes.
TIP: you get a free cookie if you check in! the cookie tastes better when dipped in coffee or vanilla latte.Recommended for:
- Little Next DoorMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersFoodies+ 3
One of my BEST in LA! This little French Restaurant is cool, romantic and has excellent food! The service is spot on! Valet parking makes the whole experience a pleasant one.Recommended for:
- Little Next DoorAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4
Caught a brunch here with a friend, it was a very French experience...had the eggs benedict with smoked salmon. Super rich, eggs perfectly cooked. The pastries here all looked great, we had a delicious madeline cookie. Got a chocolate almond croissant for the husband, he loved it...I'd be back more often if it wasn't so hard to park around here on the weekends!
- Little Next DoorMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 6First to Review
Little Next Door is such a great French café to dine at. The French staff is very friendly and welcoming, not snobby at all. You can choose to dine outside on the patio or inside their cozy restaurant where wine lines the walls. The escargot is delicious with the garlic butter sauce and the mussels come in a great wine sauce. Though the skirt steak was thin, the sauce really added to it. For dessert, both the coffee and the chocolate eclairs are good. They have a bunch of other choices too in their dessert case, which all look amazing. On the regular dinner menu, there is a prix fixe menu for about $35, which includes an appetizer, entrée, and dessert. A great deal for good food!