Locally sourced ingredients prepared with creativity and skill. Very enjoyable meal.
The appetizers were great. The entrees were just so so. My friend ordered the fried chicken, as recommended by our server, and didn't care for it. It was not clear in was pressed from the menu description. It would have been nice for the restaurant to offer an alternative. My steak frites was just ok, nothing to write home about. Recommend maybe as a happy hour spot. The deviled eggs and grilled bread were tasty. It's rather expensive for the quality of food.
Absurdly good chicken & waffles with maple pepper jelly & syrup
I liked the concept, so booked a table during my brief stay in Seattle - and I wasn't disappointed. The room and deco is rough, but not too hipstery, and they have a great menu as well as a really tempting selection of wine and especially bourbons and whiskies.
My waiter was attentive and kind, and the food (I had the pork with cauliflower and mushooms) was right on the money.
The only "fault" was that the food came rather quickly, so the experience was over too soon...
Great brunch dishes. Make sure you check out their daily specials
My girlfriend and I love coming here for a good weekend brunch but lately it has been off. We went this last weekend and I got the corned beef hash, the poached eggs on top oozed water all over my hash and caused it to be soggy with water. Also the corned beef was so chewy it was inedible unless swallowed whole. We always get biscuits when we go and to our surprise they changed the recipe from big fluffy delicious buttermilk biscuits to some sort of tiny dense puck of bread dough. Sadly we will not be going back for quite awhile, there are plenty of other brunch spots that put out great food consistently around the area.
Grab a friend to sit at the wood table is a great thing itself. Helpful and friendly servers. The food amount is just good. Pricing is good.
Great spot. Food is local and tasty. Unique menu that has some of your mom's favorites as well as stuff for the more adventurous
We don't get out to Belltown often, and when we found ourselves in the neighbourhood, I Yelped for dinner. Once I saw Local 360, I knew that's where I wanted to go. It's mentioned on KEXP all the time and here was my chance.
We started out with a rabbit pate and could not stop ooohing and aaaahing it was so good. It was a rustic style, but very rich, served with crostini , Dijon mustard, and crunchy pickled vegetables.. I could have stopped there and been very happy.
The specials sounded good, but when I saw steak frites on the menu, my decision was made. Steak can be such a disappointment in restaurants- tough, full of gristle and fat. My steak arrived cooked to perfection and a taste to match. And the fries would make you believe you were in Paris.
My wife opted for the roast pork which came served on baked squash. It was tender and juicy, a perfect balance between meat and seasoning, so that they complemented, not vied for attention with each other.
For dessert we shared carrot cake with a rum raisin sauce. This was no cake with gloppy cream cheese frosting. We received a cast iron skillet with fingers of warm cake with sauce and a small dollop of vanilla ice cream. Not heavy, and not too rich. The great way to finish our meal.
The service was friendly and professional, without being intrusive or overbearing. All in all, a very memorable evening.
Decided to go with the chefs choice cut, which was good but not worth the $$. Vibes are great though.
The pork roast was a bit tough and chewy. Should probably have sent it back Bathe flavor was good though.
As always, one of the best brunch spot in Seattle@
Great food and we will definitely be back one day.
It was our first time there and it was my wife's birthday. However, the waitress we had appeared to be very smug and passive aggressive (Lacey). She did her job, but so do a lot of people at other restaurants. It's the friendliness that makes it fun.
When I'm asked for Seattle restaurant dinner recommendations Local 360 is always at the top of my list. Great food and drinks, great atmosphere, great service!
In a town full of outstanding restaurants Local 360 differentiates itself from the crowd! All food and beverages are sourced locally and are incredibly fresh. The French-style cuisine is extraordinarily delicious comfort food that tastes like your grandmother picked some vegetables in the back yard and made you dinner.
The fried chicken and waffles were amazing. The spice gave them a refreshing kick. Everything tasted fresh and was bright.
This is a neighborhood gem! They have the right ideals-local, sustainable, and outstanding. The best part is the food is amazing, both content and variety. And the staff/servers are professional, friendly and seem to take pride in what they do. You will be glad you went!
Went here with a couple of friends. Rabbit leg was done well, and we all enjoyed the cocktails.
Local 360 is serving decent pub food, but it's not a special occasion or refined local food restaurant. The restaurant staff were outstanding: friendly, professional and informative. I would have liked a wider draft beer selection, but I realize the focus is on cocktails. The food was merely okay and overpriced. The only notable dish was butternut squash bisque; it was delicious with smoky and nutty flavors. The chickpea vegetable cake was fluffy, but not flavorful. The fresh pasta served with rabbit clumped together because there wasn't enough oil or sauce coating each strand. The green salad, chocolate creme brulee and apple fritters were fine, but nothing special. I felt bad for bringing a friend to this restaurant when Seattle has so many fantastic restaurants at many price points.
Ordered the fried chicken sandwich - a house specialty. There was more breading than chicken. Also had a side of garbanzo bean soup. Had an odd seasoning. Seating for 2 was cramped and neither of us are "large" people. Hard seats.
The place was busy. Perhaps their reputation is better than the food.
We were looking for somewhere with good local fare. We definitely found it here. Good service, good food. Wish they had more local beers on tap.
Great service - different servers helping deliver food and drinks other than the server assigned to us. That's always a good sign that hot food will be delivered hot and cold food cold. Great teamwork!!
Atmosphere was fun and food was amazing. Now I have to go back often, they've created a return customer.....
Local 360 is a cool and popular place that was our first stop for brunch. Located in the popular Belltown neighborhood, it was a quick jaunt from the waterfront area where we were staying.
They serve brunch on weekends and we were there early not knowing the opening hours. As we walked around the neighborhood waiting for the place to open, a sure and steady queue formed outside the door.
We had reservations and were seated in a quiet and roomy corner of the restaurant. The servers are hip and friendly and we had our orders before the real crowds starting piling in for brunch. The food is a mix of American comfort foods and it's hard to choose among all the delicious sounding brunch items.
Overall, we had a great brunch at Local 360. Service was efficient and friendly and our roomy community table soon was joined by several other diners as the place got filled. Reservations our recommended and I'd definitely say the fried chicken and waffles are a must order. Items are sustainable and of the best quality so it's easy to see why the prices are perhaps a touch higher than many might expect.
A reservation mixup started the brunch. I arrived early and was seated. When My guest arrived he was told I did not exist. While waiting I ordered deviled eggs. They were stone cold. When my guest and I found each other I ordered a waffle. A sponge arrived accompanied by butter hard enough to be a weapon. I have had very good lunches and brunches at 360. I'll write this off as an anomaly and hope for better next time.
We were visiting Seattle for a girl's weekend and stopped in at Portage Bay Cafe for brunch on a Saturday morning. It was quite busy, but we were easily able to make reservations online. The restaurant was packed, the food was AMAZING!, and the atmosphere was great. I wanted to eat everything on the menu, and the fresh toppings bar looked decadent. Unfortunately, the service wasn't nearly as good as the food, but overall my experience was wonderful and I would most definitely recommend Portage Bay Cafe to a friend.
Our dishes were very good, among the best brunch/breakfast we've had anywhere.
Booths were adequate for six. Housemade chorizo too plain. Did not notice extra sharp cheddar. Biscuit too doughy- not baked long enough? Husband said hamburger too dry. I faced the window and light in eyes made it hard to see friends across table.
My husband and I had later dinner here on a Friday night. We were really looking forward to trying their food but we left unimpressed and agreed we wouldn't want to go back. The amount of food you get with each appetizer and entree was good but the food left a lot to be desired. We felt both entrees (we were told by our server that the two were their most ordered entrees) were flavorless and just "eh". Service was pretty good but they have a small bar and isn't anywhere to stand if you are waiting for your table.
You must enjoy a visit to Local 360 because they do food here!
This good ol' Georgia boy likes him some Chicken & Waffles - throw a side of bacon on too.
Seattle Snapper Bloody is a nice beverage to pair with this at brunch.
Please don't charge $10 for a Mimosa in a tiny flute - that's just pretentious.
Keep up the fab food and I will return with friends and family.
Bless Y'all Fierce Selves!
Wife and I were both craving steak frites, so we find ourselves at one of our old standbys. Perfect & simple steak frites at a great price ($19) with a side of roasted brussels sprouts and some drinks created a wonderfully casual night out in Belltown.