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Situated a block south of Savannah's Forsyth Park in Historic Downtown Savannah, Local 11ten creates a nightly dining experience complete with intelligent cuisine, a welcoming personality and modern design. The restored 1950's-era downtown bank houses a casual, elegant restaurant devoted to popular southern flavors using local and seasonal ingredients such as fresh seafood caught from Georgia's coast and fresh vegetables and herbs from Savannah's own local farmers. With a contemporary atmosphere, foodies, tourists, and locals alike gather to enjoy a unique expression on familiar southern flavors.​

Local 11ten is nestled in the restored Old Savannah Bank building at the intersection of Duffy and Bull Streets. The contemporary design of Local 11ten's renovated space complements the creative elements of the seasonal menu and polished service, offering guests a chic ambiance to enjoy southern-influenced cuisine.

Intimate, candle-lit tables align the street-front windows and generate an interactive dining experience with Savannah's downtown activity. The restaurant's beautiful marble tables situated off of the bar in the center of the dining room comfortably accommodate four or twelve when combined. A semi-private table seats seven in the vault room, complete with cork walls, chocolate brown velvet curtains and an antique brass chandelier in front of the original, historic Mosler co. bank vault.

The sleek bar spans the horizontal dining room featuring custom pendant light fixtures creating a vibrant social atmosphere throughout the restaurant. The in-house gallery coordinator revolves monthly art exhibitions throughout the restaurant, adding to the stylistic elements that pull together the contemporary design.

Local ingredients, simple elegance, and local patrons share in Savannah's uniqueness with one another - the importance of community and outreach is to make a difference - locally. Local 11ten is a regular sponsor of an array of Savannah events and we strive to partner with organizations that further develop the community socially and economically.

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