The Little Door Restaurant and Wine Bar

The Little Door Restaurant and Wine Bar

Los Angeles is filled with restaurants and clubs that come and go as quickly as the wannabe actors. After years of scoping out the newest and hippest spots, I found myself right back at the bar of one of the first places I visited when moving to L.A. 7 years ago. The Little Door Restaurant is the ideal spot for after work drinks with the girls or a first date. I took my aunt and my cousin there and they just loved it. The best part is the bartenders allow you to taste and taste and taste off their incredible wine list...without an attitude! So, if you don't care about being seen and just want a nice ambiance and a good glass of vino...The Little Door is the perfect spot.

  • Voila! In the heart of the Meatpacking District is Pastis, where French cuisine and service is king. We met up for dinner with a few gal pals from my friend's French class. We literally stuffed and drank ourselves silly... ... Voila! In the heart of the Meatpacking District is Pastis, where French cuisine and service is king. We met up for dinner with a few gal pals from my friend's French class. We literally stuffed and drank ourselves silly... I must suggest the Pinot Nior, mixed green salad (with goat cheese for all you fans) to start, and the Homemade Mushroom Ravioli w/Walnuts & Spinach. Then make a friend and share a side of fries.

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  • When it comes to eating out in NYC there's a TON of options. I've lived here for 12 years so I've got a few favorites. But with the rate restaurants open and close, it's hard to keep up with the new spots. I can't wait to thumb th... When it comes to eating out in NYC there's a TON of options. I've lived here for 12 years so I've got a few favorites. But with the rate restaurants open and close, it's hard to keep up with the new spots. I can't wait to thumb through next years Zagat guide.

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  • Great for transporting your wine, whether it be to a restaurant, gathering, or picnic.

  • Best restaurant I've been to in SF. The menu is original and inspired, yet unpretentious, and the food is unquestionably fresh and always delicious. Nice wine list and reasonable prices. On top of all that, the place has great ene... Best restaurant I've been to in SF. The menu is original and inspired, yet unpretentious, and the food is unquestionably fresh and always delicious. Nice wine list and reasonable prices. On top of all that, the place has great energy, fun decor and warm, attentive staff members.

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  • It is easy to understand why it is hard to get a table without a reservation here. The food is excellent, fresh ingredients, creative combinations, and organic free range meats. I tend to get bored of places quickly, but I don't t... It is easy to understand why it is hard to get a table without a reservation here. The food is excellent, fresh ingredients, creative combinations, and organic free range meats. I tend to get bored of places quickly, but I don't think I run the danger of that happing at Rustic Canyon, the menu is always new. The wine selection by the glass is great, giving you the opportunity to try a couple of different ones with dinner. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly, answering questions honestly, giving personal recommendations, and avoiding a usual haughtiness that seems to plague a lot of the nicer restaurants in Los Angeles. If you see the fried green tomatoes on the menu get them!

  • Australia's most addictive velvety red returns ... and the new 2006 vintage is guaranteed to delight more than ever! That's because extreme heat during the vintage "slowed ripening ... and enhanced flavour intensity" (Australian W... Australia's most addictive velvety red returns ... and the new 2006 vintage is guaranteed to delight more than ever! That's because extreme heat during the vintage "slowed ripening ... and enhanced flavour intensity" (Australian Wine Corporation), which pushed concentration to levels we never thought possible. This is a wine with 'wow'! The Black Stump is handcrafted by John Casella, who practises his 'dark art' behind closed doors at his family's remote estate. The wine owes its name to an Aussie expression meaning 'the back of beyond', but its remote origins has not stopped it from winning medals at prestigious competitions around the world. Its secret is dark, captivatingly smooth Durif, a rare grape ("that takes no prisoners" The Observer), used as a 'turbocharge' to add inky-black fruit to other reds. Here, it's partnered perfectly with another big Aussie red grape, spicy Shiraz. Deep purple hue. Black, brambly Durif given a spicy, blueberry edge by dark chocolate Shiraz and sweet oak. Velvety, voluptuous, and irresistible served in large glasses with char-grilled steak or Sunday roasts.

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  • Relaxed atmosphere, great food and vineselections. The staff was really kind and helpful.

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  • Down to earth wine bar on Rodeo drive. A good selection of Italian "wine flights" and small plate fare. Great appetizers (fried risotto balls in particular), a good selection of european cheeses (although limited italian selection... Down to earth wine bar on Rodeo drive. A good selection of Italian "wine flights" and small plate fare. Great appetizers (fried risotto balls in particular), a good selection of european cheeses (although limited italian selection), and pretty good on the cured meats. Lively atmosphere, timely service. A Peter Falk sighting (a very, very old Falk) doesn't hurt either

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  • Though I was a little disappointed when I learned that this lovely establishment is an international chain, it has not lost enoug luster for me to stop endulging on fresh bread and cheese! My first visit to Le Pain Quotidien wa... Though I was a little disappointed when I learned that this lovely establishment is an international chain, it has not lost enoug luster for me to stop endulging on fresh bread and cheese! My first visit to Le Pain Quotidien was during a grueling business trip. We were trolling around the Union Square area when our fearless leader corralled us through the doors. What a treat for the weary! We all ordered fresh bread, a couple of cheese plates and some wine. All absolutely yummy! The dining philosophy is that everyone sits at one very long table. Its unique and strange at first but you'll warm up to it as you tear an other piece of bread! There are several locations throughout city... plan your expedition around them!

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  • two words: bacon-wrapped dates (or three words if you don't hyphenate)

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