Outdoor dining is an option for patrons at

Outdoor dining is an option for patrons at little/red in Southampton. (Aug. 15, 2011) Photo Credit: Doug Young

Little/red thinks big, with a mahogany-topped red bar, textured walls, a cozy two-tier dining room and a roomier patio area. They also do takeout, so your picnic is assured, too.

Outdoor dining is an option for patrons at
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Outdoor dining is an option for patrons at little/red in Southampton. (Aug. 15, 2011)

Cafe tables, abstract paintings and antique details set
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Cafe tables, abstract paintings and antique details set the tone at little/red, the offspring of red/bar brasserie both located in Southampton. (Aug. 14, 2011)

Cafe tables, abstract paintings and antique details set
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Cafe tables, abstract paintings and antique details set the tone at little/red in Southampton. (Aug. 15, 2011)

Executive chef Bob Abrams, right, minces vegetables to
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Executive chef Bob Abrams, right, minces vegetables to top a locally caught fluke for the evening's menu at little/red in Southampton. (Aug 14, 2011)

Grilled hanger steak is served with Camembert-mashed potatoes,
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Grilled hanger steak is served with Camembert-mashed potatoes, French beans and garlic butter at little/red in Southampton. (Aug. 14, 2011)

Herb-roasted chicken is served with country egg potato
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Herb-roasted chicken is served with country egg potato salad, honey glazed carrots and thyme jus at little/red restaurant in Southampton. (Aug 14, 2011)

Local fluke crudo is served with a citrus
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Local fluke crudo is served with a citrus and shaved fennel salad at little/red in Southampton. (Aug 14, 2011)

Strawberry shortcake is one of the summer dessert
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Strawberry shortcake is one of the summer dessert options at little/red in Southampton. (Aug 14, 2011)

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