By Deb Flomberg
There is something truly special about sharing a romantic meal with the one you love. Sipping fine wines, gazing at each other over candlelight, dining on sumptuous cuisine in an elegant restaurant, it helps keep the spice and romance alive in your relationship. So if you are looking to add that romance back in, then look to The Little Door, which has been awarded the “Best Romantic Restaurant of LA” and is home to the most beautiful little patio garden in town.
The Little Door has four very different seating areas, depending on the mood that suits you. From the Blue Room, with its exposed beams and rustic tables to the Winter Garden with white walls and a feel that is decidedly Mediterranean, there isn’t a bad view or seat in the house. The menu is created by Chef Nicolas T. Peter, who creates fresh foods that capture the essence of California Cuisine. Much of the food has a Mediterranean or Moroccan flavor, but the dishes are all his own. Of course, the bar is also an important feature of such a romantic establishment. With a truly eclectic wine list, the personality and flavor of The Little Door is completely unique.
Though the star of this restaurant is still the ambiance, which is the perfect design to help you and your special someone get in the mood and keep your romance burning through the night. If you have an anniversary or birthday to celebrate, then look no further. If you are considering popping the big question, then this is certainly a fantastic choice. Or if you just want to show someone how much he or she means to you, then head to The Little Door.
To get to The Little Door, simply hop in your CLS63 AMG 4Matic Coupe from Mercedes of Encino. Surround you and your date in total luxury as you make your way to the most romantic dinner in California.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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