Welcome to Eleven, the restaurant at Crystal Bridges. We specialize in modern American comfort food with an emphasis on traditions that hail from the “High South” region…the Ozarks. High South cuisine follows a long culinary history steeped in generations of food preparation centered on locally-produced meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, and grains. Careful never to manipulate the ingredients beyond their intended flavor profile, our chefs are nevertheless able to transform some of the simplest, most basic Southern staples into sophisticated presentations of earthy, rustic flavors and textures. The robust cuisine of Eleven not only nourishes, but tells a story—a story of the American spirit, inspired by the artworks, natural surroundings, and fascinating regional history connected to our Museum.
Lunch: Mon, Wed — Sat | 11am to 2:30 pm
Brunch: Sun | 11am to 2:30 pm
Dinner: Wed, Thu, Fri | 5 to 9 pm
Culture Hour: Wed, Thu, Fri | 5 to 7 pm
Reservations are recommended for brunch and dinner service.
Make a Reservation online or call 479-418-5700 Option 2
- Your Valentine’s Day is in the Bag - It’s February! And you know what that means….Valentine’s Day is looming large. But look no further for your Valentine’s weekend entertainment! Whether you’re romantically attached or un-, Crystal Bridges offers some sweet options. Eat Your Heart Out Crystal Bridges’ restaurant, Eleven, is now offering a new French-inspired Tasting Menu created by Executive Chef Bill... Read more »
- CR(eat)E Food Blog: What’s the Scuttlebutt? - The most recent Wednesday Over Water event (WOW) featured a fun, whimsical, and informative dialog between Margi Conrads, Head of Curatorial Affairs at Crystal Bridges, and myself about the lesser known, and perhaps more salacious bits of “behind the scenes” information regarding several works from the permanent collection. As this was Dr. Conrad’s inaugural... Read more »
- A Taste of France: Eleven Celebrates Samuel Morse’s Gallery of the Louvre - On January 23, Crystal Bridges welcomes Samuel F.B. Morse’s historic masterpiece Gallery of the Louvre, featured in a temporary exhibition by the Terra Foundation for American Art. Known today primarily for his role in the development of the electromagnetic telegraph and Morse code, Samuel Morse began his career as a painter. In 1829,... Read more »