Love this spot. The concept is lovely . farm to table fare with a large community heart. The wine list is inspired and delicious. Again focussing on local. I had the deconstructed mushroom pie it was off the hook. I would definitely go back and recommend this to anyone visiting in Seattle
It was Valentine’s Day and Local 360 was able to seat us 15 minutes early. Our waiter was incredibly kind and knowledgeable about the menu. Each dish we tried was unique, and delicious. The restaurant itself had a lovely ambiance overall.
My dad has owned a few restaurants located close by, so I've visited Local 360 on a few occasions and have always LOVED the staff here! Everyone is sweet and genuine, and extremely professional. The salmon I had on Valentines Day was out of this world!
Based on what we saw online before going we anticipated a simple menu but what we found was that simple also meant bland. Things were fine but just not much flavor. The best part were the potatoes the worst was the chorizo eggs. It all seemed like something you could have whipped up at home with leftovers as opposed to a nice brunch out. Also being from out of town we have come to realize places that include the tip in the bill have basic to poor service. It’s as if they know they aren’t working for the tip so the servers are slower and don’t check back on the table. We actually had to catch the host to ask for something.
It took four of us over an hour to get our food - eggs. Unacceptable. Repeated requests to have coffee refilled , ask for jam that never came - service was polite but ineffective. Not sure if she was new to the profession or disinterested. Very disappointing
This is outside the norm for 360 - so hopefully it was a fluke.
Great high quality restaurant. I've enjoyed every meal that I've had here and the service is always excellent. This place is a gem!
One of our favorite places to dine when we visit Seattle. Locally produced ingredients, beautifully prepared meals, attentive service, solid wines list, fun cocktails, what more could you ask for.
Great food and drinks, best bloody mary!! And Wade is an awesome server, makes your experience even more enjoyable. Highly recommend this spot!
The food is always good here. The restaurant was freezing, and the by the glass wine list could be improved!
Consistently great meals to be had at local 360 at reasonable prices.
Warm, inviting, relaxed ambiance. Great neighborhood feel and food was tops. Grapefruit mimosas were perfect. Shrimp and grits was as good as any ever had in the south.
Dirst time here and loved the food. I was drawn to the local sourcing and quality infredients, and impressed my how delicous it all tasted.
Chase was awesome and chased us down the street to return an items left on the table Mimosas with limonata and thyme were awesome.
Always good whenever I visit. The host seated me fast even if I was early. The service was great and fast despite the place was packed, I really appreciated it. I ordered the burger and substituted the bun for a lettuce-wrap, it was really tasty! I would definitely recommend and repeat
Handled a 4 year old well.
Do not miss this restaurant when visiting Seattle. Wonderful concise menu with an extensive list of truly local ingredients. Really nice bar offerings with again local distilled liquors. I went with a wonderful Bourbon Manhattan that knocked my socks off. You can not make a bad choice on this place.
Best brunch in town! loved the relaxed feel of this place and the 360 concept promoting local produce. I definitely would return to try more dishes. The farmers market breakfast was delicious !
Always a favorite for great food and drinks, all locally sourced.
Are used to like this restaurant has a lunch spot nearby a few years ago. We selected it for New Year’s eve dinner and I noticed that the average review was quite good. However, I saw that Recent reviews were more often than not bad and wondered restaurant has gone downhill. I think it has. While our server was very attentive, we were seated in a room where and icy blast Was constantly blowing on our table. Our candle flame was literally sideways. We asked our server to check to see if a window or door were open and it improved for about five minutes. It was so cold at the table that the entire experience was dominated by how uncomfortable we were. When we left, we saw that there is a door in the kitchen which was clearly being propped open five minutes after the server would go and check, customers be damned. In terms of the other elements of meal however, I thought the food was generally pretty Tasty although presentation left a lot to be desired. For example, our steaks were served alone on a plate with no garnish and a large bowl of french fries was placed on the table for us to share. A bit stark. The crème brûlée, which they comped because our entrées were so late, was served cold. The baguette with butter was good.
Service was fantastic, but the food was mediocre. Normally I love the food here, but I tried a Bison steak special and it was rather bland. The squash soup was also a little bland. It was very noisy being on the upper level.
We went with 6 people and everyone’s meal was good. Our waitress was knowledgeable and attentive. Food was amazing. We will be going again
Two of ordered the steak and eggs which was phenomenal! And my other friend ordered the chicken and waffles and said it was delicious!
I hate how hit or miss this place is. Chicken and waffles are usually their specialty? Guaranteed to be too fatty and greasy the time you try ordering it. Good vegetarian options? The veggie pot pie will be bland as hell. I brought guests from out of town and wished I hadn’t.
Very laid back atmosphere and a super patient server. My friend and I were here to catch up after not seeing one another for a year. Our server did not rush us into ordering or leaving, which was very much appreciated! Thank you.
We usually enjoy our meals here but the mushroom “pot pie” was a pile of mucky vegetables (was that radish? Ick) and mushrooms on a plate with a puff pastry round on the side. It was absolutely disgusting. I wasn’t charged for it but it ruined the experience. Speaking of experience, they could use waiters/waitresses with more confidence and knowledge of the menu.
This is a good place, it's just not consistent and the menu description to what arrives at the table isn't the same. Last meal, my colleague had a huge egg shell in egg benedict - not sure how that is possible. The scramble description said hashbrowns - quartered pan fried red potatoes (that were not cleaned) are not hasbrowns. Service is always good. It's just not what it was when it first opened.
Decent local spot but not exceptional. The mussels didn’t taste fresh, unfortunately.
Dirty Water bottles, they replaced the bottle with another one but it was dirty too. The napkins looks like hand towels and also dirty.
Our server asked to bring our bill in middle of eating my meal ? Really.. if you hadnt asked I would of maybe gotten some dessert too.
Besides the dirty bottle asking if I want the bill before Im done eating is pretty much gonna keep me from coming back.
the place was empty and as if you were trying to rush us out quick.
My nephew and I met here for dinner and it was terrific. We loved the atmosphere which was cozy and unpretentious. Our server was very knowledgeable about the drink and menu selections. I got the shrimp and grits which was awesome. My nephew ordered the hamburger which was cooked to perfection. Service and food was great. I love their theme of locally sourced within 360 miles. Great concept and staying true to Seattle's character. Will definitely come back again.
The food was nice but I am very sodium sensitive and they must use some pre-prepared sauces or stocks in their cooking because I had a strong reaction after leaving the restaurant that night. I didn't think to ask because they advertise only local fresh ingredients. I got home and my heart was pounding and my head was hot and flushed. This inly happens when I have eaten something with a high sodium content.