There are two things you’re guaranteed to find in Little River: lots of warehouses and a rapidly accelerating list of new restaurants. But alongside those new restaurants, there are also Little River classics that’ve been serving the neighborhood long before the words “Little River” were on the tip of every developer’s tongue. This guide has both those kinds of restaurants—from a West Indian staple to an incredible Japanese bakery.
Rosie's will make you fall madly in love with brunch again—even if you never even liked it that much to begin with. This place moved around a bit as a pop-up before landing in Little River. It now serves its mostly Southern American menu on an outdoor patio with covered seating and a very impressive tree.