We’re not the kind to freak over happy hour, except when they’re chic. Such as The Little Door’s new drink menu which was recently invented as of July 14th. Now you can chill in the gazeboed patio not just to wait for a table. A new small bites menu was created to accompanied the Moscow Mules, Cucumber Martinis, Bourbon Bellinis, Basil Margaritas and so forth.
MHA Media (whose been repping the resto for about a year) had a group in to try the new menu which included rib eye, crab salad, mint lamb and foie gras (which was added for the evening in preparation of discontinuing the dish which became banned in California on July 1st, 2012, shortly after our dinner).
For those of you who skipped your L.A. History 101 class … The Little Door is owned by Frederic and Nicolas Meschin, two brothers from the South of France, who owned nightclubs 10 years ago such as Moroccan-inspired club ‘Po-Na-Na Souk’, Beverly Hills supper club ‘Bo Kaos’ and cabaret restaurant ‘Flaming Colossus’. The brothers have a vineyard in France, where they make and import their own wine for the restaurants, friends and family.
In additional notable L.A. gossip, the Little Door was also the setting for last years’ premiere after party of the ‘The Artist.’
Hours of Operation:
Fridays and Saturdays — 6PM-1:30AM
Sunday-Thursdays — 6PM-10PM
**This is at the actual bar of The Little Door restaurant — not to be confused with their Little Next Door, which opened September 2006.