Local 11ten Review
Light years away from the neighborhood watering hole, this stark, minimalist place looks like it was transported from a much bigger, more sophisticated city. That also goes for the upbeat and contemporary menu, another reason why several top young chefs in Savannah head here on their nights off. Seasonally driven, the menu is continually changing depending on the local harvest and the chef's vision but, regardless of availability, most dishes are perfectly prepared and presented. When available, the fried oyster salad, charcuterie selection, and venison medallions are highly recommended. Local has perfected their sea scallops, however prepared, but when served over black rice with pickled watermelon rind, they are as fantastic as they come. With dessert, take in the fine art installations on the walls, which rotate regularly to feature Savannah's talented creatives.