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About Local 360 Cafe & Bar
Local 360 is a sustainable restaurant in the heart of Belltown. Our emphasis is on local sourcing, with the majority of our ingredients falling within a 360 mile radius of Seattle., local farmers, grower, distillers, brewer and wine makers
Seattle, WA 98121-1615
Northwest, Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Daily; 9:00 am - 3:00 pm;
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday; 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm; Friday - Saturday; 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Happy Hour : Daily 3pm-6pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Local 360 is proud to present our Chef's Table and Loft private dining rooms. Corporate Catering needs? We have you covered, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website for more information.
Local 360 is located in the midst of numerous parking lots but there typically is street parking also.
Close to several bus stops on First and Second Avenue.
Private Party Facilities:
Local 360 is available for all of your group dining and special event needs in our Chef"s Table, Loft and Mezzanine.
Private Party Contact:
Ciara Claraty: (877) 540-0637
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Local 360 Cafe & Bar Ratings and Reviews
We consider ourselves somewhat foodies and the food here was not great. I had the soup of the day - a creamy cauliflower soup that was very good. Also got the gem salad off the happy hour menu (ok) and pumpkin seeds (very salty). My main was the wild mushroom pot pie - which turned out to have a lot of cauliflower and carrots in it and really felt like a remix of my soup base. My partner got the fried chicken roulade because he likes fried chicken ... but this was horrible and more like a bad chicken cutlet. Overall the restaurant was very cute with good service and I just hope that we chose the wrong dishes that night :-(
Popped in for Restaurant Week with friends. The decor was rustic and the ambience was great. The food was good but maybe not all to my taste. I was disappointed that some of the better, more raved about menu items didn't seem to make it onto the RW offering which was a sham, but the salmon that I had was wonderfully cooked! Overall 4/5.
We loved this place. The brunch menu was varied. My daughter is gluten and dairy free, and she got one of the breakfast options where they replaced the biscuit with a bowl of fresh fruit for her. She particularly liked homemade rabbit sausage and the soy milk hot chocolate. I got the shrimp and grits which was one of the most creative and delicious brunch dishes I've had in a long time, and certainly the best use of grits ever. We both loved the casual woodsy ambiance which was set off by the elegant candle sticks and real candles at our table. The service was impecable.
Food was so underwhelming. All of our food was missing salt - we had to add it. I had the Salmon, Mussles, rabit liver mousse, and mushrooms. The two good dishes were mushrooms and mussels. Properly seasoned, lovely favor. The salmon was stringy and over cooked and lacked any flavor. The liver mousse was practically frozen and had no flavor - even after we added salt.
I won’t be coming back - this is the third and final time I’ll tolerate a sub-par experience at local360.
On the upside, Cole was a fantastic server and the drinks were very good.
We went for happy hour the day before which was awesome! $1 local oysters, cheap local drafts and great cocktails. Decided to try it for dinner the next night and we liked it. Definitely a vibrant restaurant with some creative menu items. In our opinion (being from California) the automatic 20% service charge leaves service something to be desired. However we do understand the benefits for the staff, sometimes it leaves the diners feeling left alone... We highly recommend the grilled radicchio salad and you can’t go wrong with their happy hour menu! Overall, dinner was good.
The service was very slow. It took about 30 minutes to get our food. By the time the food arrived, my steak and fries were cold. Also they made a mistake in one of the dishes so we waited even further. The drinks were just ok. I asked for a second drink and it never came. Finally, the fact that they charge a 20% of service fee automatically is disappointing as I feel the service was very poor.
So, usually I love this place and frequent it on sundays for brunch for their amazing mimosas. But, I had family coming from Indiana and knew this is where I wanted to take them for a nice local dinner. I was sadly disappointed hafter having to wait 20 mins (after I had made a reservation) then we were sat at this table with a window into their walk in cooler? It was distasteful. Then we were walked by and ignored for about another 10 mins before our waiter noticed us, after that point he was a fine waiter and was always there when needed. I usually love this place, but maybe not for dinner anymore.
Our waiter, Waid, was just the best! He took care of our every need. I still haven’t stopped talking about the PB&J bonbons and we thoroughly enjoyed our entrees. The fried chicken sandwich was perfection: not heavy with plenty of flavor. I thought the pork belly was cooked to perfection. My date was careful to remind me that we have to come back for the amazing burgers.
I've got 5 years of eating here under my belt ... I'm also a very demanding diner. I have always been impressed with Locals 360 ... the reasons are many. The menu changes with the seasons, and you'll notice the care the kitchen shows in every preparation. They include service in the check, which is a great convenience and might be one reason their servers are consistently friendly, attentive and generous. Love the spirit of hospitality and pride they take in the neighborhood.
Local 360 has a really thoughtful menu with plenty of vegetarian and gluten free options. The upstairs mezzanine is the perfect place for a quieter conversation while downstairs is more lively. The food portions are not overwhelming (which I love) and everything tasted fresh!
Claire was awesome, friendly and attentive!
The meal was fantastic and on that merit I'd be happy to recommend this restaurant. Add to that a cool ambience and reasonable prices, and it's a no-brainer. But I'm most enthusiastic to lay praise to our server, Darryl. He took care of us. He was worth every penny of the very generous tip we left for him. This was someone that cared very much that we enjoyed our meal and our drinks. We've had friendly, fun, and above-competent servers at any number of restaurants, but Darryl was a cut above.
our only night in Seattle before leaving on a cruise, we chose your restaurant after reading about it in a news paper in Quebec City. We are really happy of our visit and we informed many of our friends about our satisfaction on how we have been treated and with what we eated. Thank you very much for A splendid evening !
Came here for Saturday brunch and the food was good. It is mostly your standard breakfast and lunch options. Our waitress was a little scattered and messed up several of our orders. She seemed to bring things out one at a time, each time remembering that there should have been more or that we had asked for something else (more drinks, ketchup, etc.).
Be aware, this place has gratuity included. She also failed to mention this and we didn't realize until after we paid the bill (in cash) that we left her too much by telling her to keep the change.
We may have hit Local 360 on an off night but overall little impressed us about this place. Our server was absent much of our meal and we sat with water and menus for 15 minutes before the restaurant manager noticed us and took our drinks order. Another 20 went by before our drinks were delivered and our server took our order. There were struggles getting our order correct (missing appetizers) and our mains had to be reordered. The manager offered to cover our appetizers and our drinks but when we asked for a dessert menu the server brought our check with only one appetizer not charged. We couldn't find anyone to complain to until we paid and hunted down the manager. To his credit, he was very apologetic and could tell we'd not had a good experience given the number of times he stopped by our table but he was also surprised at the lack of attention from our server. He ended up giving us a gift card for double what we paid for our meal. Not sure we really want to go back but
I love the ambiance of this place, but as many other reviewers have noted, the service is incredibly slow. Took about 10 minutes for someone to show up after we sat down, another 15 min to take our drink orders, and then another 20 min to take our food orders. I've eaten here many times over the last few years and the food is always hit or miss for me, especially as a vegetarian. They do make pretty good cocktails though, and I like how cozy the booths are. Great place to chat with friends over some drinks, but I would skip the food.
We have been to Local 360 a few times. Often, the dishes are quite good. But unfortunately, too often there are serious problems between how the server describes the dish and what actually comes to the table. This time, an eggplant dish described as bubbly and carmelized with wild mushrooms instead came with the eggplant 90% cooked (not good for eggplant), certainly no carmelization and the mushrooms were button type. The entire dish was flavorless, bland and very disappointing. A small plate of pork belly was described as being served with peaches and greens. It arrived with the pork belly mostly rendered with maybe a teaspoon or two of mushy overcooked peach morsels, not as advertized. Both of the above dishes were recommended by our server, so we expected them to be good. The third dish was their steak frites. The steak was perfectly cooked medium rare but the fries were no longer crisp, if they ever were. We love the idea behind sourcing locally, but you have to perform in the kitchen for it to be worth it.
Met a friend for brunch on Sunday. Good food options and tasty, gastropub fare. Had an Old Fashioned cocktail (my standard) and found it adequate, but certainly not the best. The hamburger was excellent, as was my wife's fried chicken. We ordered the PB&J appetizer, which was a lot of fun.
My only real complaint is that we arrived a few minutes early before our reservation time and were unable to be seated, although there was plenty of seating and it was not busy at the time.
Overall, I highly recommend this spot, the food and the ambiance are excellent and in a very quaint location in Seattle.
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