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Architectural Digest

Text by Julia Reed

October, 2014


The romantic Georgia city enchants with its historic architecture, graceful squares, and a thriving cultural scene sparked by the enterprising Savannah College of Art and Design


Veranda Magazine

September/October, 2014



Our friend Gale Singer, Circa Lighting principal, shares her favorite haunts in Savannah and Chicago.


South Magazine

Text by Shawndra Russell

October, 2014



You voted. We asked. The South's Greatest chefs cook up their last meals and share their wisdom. As Executive Chef of Daniel Reed Hospitality, Brandy Williamson is trusted to impress diners at their Savannah favorites that infuse French concepts into traditional Southern cuisine.


The Art of Fine Food

May, 2014


The Daniel Reed Hospitality group knows how crazy we are in Savannah for great food and the arts, and their latest new hot spot, Soho South, extends their unique combination of both! ...


Culinary Georgia: The Best Restaurants and Eats in Historic Savannah

November, 2013


Situated in Savannah’s enchanting historic downtown just a block from Forsyth Park, Local 11ten is the ideal place to finish off a perfect evening in Savannah. Housed in a creatively restored 1950s era bank building...


GRACE Awards

November, 10 2013


Farm to Table Dinner

Jamie Durrence, Managing Partner and Director of Operations of Daniel Reed Hospitality has been named one of three Georgia restaurateurs to be honored at the Georgia Restaurant Association’s Annual GRACE Awards in Atlanta, GA on November 10th.  The GRACE Awards’ annual black tie gala is peer-nominated and is the signature event honoring top achievements within Georgia’s restaurant industry.

The Shamrock and Peach

Judith McLaughlin

August, 4 2013

Eating in the garden of good and evil

The Shamrock and Peach just participated in the annual Irish dancers of Savannah Irish Feis held at the Savannah convention center.

So often it’s all work and little pressure (that’s what I tell my boys at home) but this weekend I decided to splurge on a local upscale restaurant aptly named Local 11 ten.  I have to take my hat off to Chef Brandy Williamson who has just got it right with respecting local ingredients and simple farmhouse table cooking concepts but still retaining an element of sophistication and effort.

Forbes Travel Guide

April, 11 2013


Discover the most outstanding places.

Just below Forsyth Park lies one of the best restaurants in Savannah. Aptly named Local 11 Ten for its address, the eatery boasts locally grown foods and seasonal ingredients. Order the Asian pear salad with speck, toasted pecans and beet vinaigrette; coq au vin with housemade bacon; and beignets with pear jam, peanut butter ice cream and peanut brittle. Enjoy an evening of upscale epicurean excess while admiring hints of the restaurant’s former life as a 1950s bank. Traveling with a group? Reserve the semi-private “vault room” in front of the Old Savannah Bank’s historic safe.

NY Times

Sandra Ballentine


Out and About | Savannah, Georgia

Southern Living

Jennifer V. Cole and Sandy Lang​

Take a Culinary Tour of Savannah's Restaurants. You won't go hungry in this Southern town. Check out these Savannah restaurants to keep you full from breakfast to dessert.

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