We stopped by Little Next Door yesterday and enjoyed our lunch. Charming design. Service and portion size-- French. They are working on the service and I was pleased by the portion size. Other hounds will be probably be less pleased. The young women helping me at the counter was clueless about french wine and food but still eager to please. (ordered a cab-cow cheese for me and had no idea which of their wines was from the Rhone)
We had a charcuterie platter (chicken liver mousse with sweet gelee was the standout), a small cheese in good condition, and several well-seasoned and interesting vegetable sides (carrot, artichoke, lentils) as well as small and tasty tea sandwhich. Food is better than I remember at Little Door. Pleasant patio. Next time we'll split a bottle of wine and enjoy the afternoon.
We tried macaroons and chocolates that were both quite good. The macaroons needed a day to air-dry (refrigerated case) but the texture was perfect after they recovered.
They've only been open a week and a half so still have some kinks to work out but it is a nice addition to the area.