Local 360 Cafe & Bar
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Dinner: Sunday - Monday; 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm; Tuesday - Saturday; 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Happy Hour : Daily 3pm-6pm
We were there for Thanksgiving Evening. Food was great, not very warm temperature wise, but good tasting. Felt like the serving sizes were quite small. Was wondering if Local 360 was running out of the Thanksgiving meal, and giving less of a portion to each person. Probably wouldn't go back for Thanksgiving, but would go back.
We came here mainly for their dollar oysters and they were okay. Their mini Mac and cheese was literally just cheese and cream. Their fresh cut fries with garlic aioli sauce and oyster po boy was really good.
Limoncello and thyme mimosas are a must!!
We had a 6:30 reservation and tickets to an 8 pm show at The Moore. While the food was solid, the service was slow and disorganized. Our entrees did not arrive until 7:50 pm and we waited for the fourth dish to arrive. When we explained to our server that we had concert tickets, there was no apology or acknowledgement, just that they were “slammed” yet there were at least five empty tables. One pasta dish, a “large” plate came with about 8 large penne pasta pieces, an incredibly small amount. Finally, the restaurant adds a 5% service change which is incredibly weird, not doing away with tipping but also not tipping a standard amount.
Local food and assemblage was beautiful!
I arrived a couple of minutes early and was seated at a 4-person (barely) booth along the inner wall of the room. While sitting there, I noticed an annoying, high-pitched whine that wouldn't let up. It was audible above the energetic din of a full restaurant on a workday evening. The waitperson acknowledged that it's been an ongoing problem, and seated me two rows over in a small 2-person booth. She was accommodating and professional throughout the meal. The number of beers available on tap was surprisingly thin, and the selection on the bottled beer wasn't complete (we were told several of the beers were not in-stock). My friend's rib-eye was half fat-and-gristle. My salmon was good. The prices seemed inflated for the quality of the food and atmosphere. Besides the excellent service, the one bright spot was the deviled egg and crap appetizer, despite its inflated price.
Have eaten here 10+ times. It is a good meeting place for tourists as it is nearby the sights. They did drop the ball this last visit as they seated me when I arrived first and when the rest arrived put them in the back room. Took an hour to sort out. Hostess fiasco. Bit of a bummer as I was seeing a couple I hadn't seen for 20 years and this lost us an hour out of the 3 we had...
Fantastic spot for good food and drinks! The wife and I always stop in before shows at the Crocodile. I highly recommend it.
Limited menu, farm to table more brunch than lunch. Not a huge brunches. Pleasant staff and good service.
Overpriced food items. Salad was $6 for mixed greens with radishes on it. Pasta is like 3/4 cup for $19, half a baguette for $6... 1.5 eggs for $5. Our server acted like we were an inconvenience to her. She was pretty rude. I've been here 5 times now, and this is the last time we come here. Go get better priced food and better service elsewhere.
I've gone here a few times in the past and had steak frites, which were good. Unfortunately, this time will be my last. Everything we got (2 people) was severely under-seasoned and bland. I almost never need to ask for salt at a restaurant, but my partner and I both needed it for our main dishes.
Restaurant is beautiful, service was great and server was professional and kind. Paid $30 for a tiny piece of salmon on some vegetables. That was not worth it.
The wait staff went above and beyond expectations. The food was delicious and the atmosphere just right. Can’t wait to go back!!
Food took an hour and ended up not being worth the money.
Pros: Great local wines. Casual ambiance.
Cons: food took forever between appetizer and entree and were subpar despite great local ingredients. Ragu was too salty. Liver spread was under seasoned and bland. Burger bun soaking wet for some reason. Expensive.
Produits ok mais cuisine pretentieuse sans reelle qualite
Revisite des plats connus sans inventivite
Sans saveur ..
We are from NY where good restaurants abound. I would gladly trade them all for a place like this. The food was delicious, the ambience was relaxed, and the staff was excellent. Thank you for a great meal!
For the second time we went to Local 360 and was turned away. The first time we didn't have reservation so understandable but the second time we made reservation and arrived at the restaurant on time to learn there was no table available. We were asked if we'd take any table (inside or outside) and we said yes, but we seem to be assigned a table outside that had people lingering well beyond paying bill and no consideration was made to give us any other table. Rather than reassign us, we watched customer after customer get seated while we waited. Finally after we asked for clarity, and told for the 3rd time that we would have to wait, we said we would wait no longer and left. To add insult to injury, this morning we got a message from Open Table saying we were a "no show" and suggesting there may have been "confusion". I'm sorry but we were not a "no show" and there was no "confusion". After making a reservation, arriving on time, and waiting 20 minutes to watch many other customers get seated, it was crystal clear that Local 360 didn't want our business. You know what, that's Ok, there are many great restaurants in Seattle and we're perfectly fine taking Local 360 off our restaurant bucket list.
Friendly service, but
We tried 360 because it was close to another function we had earlier that evening and we were able to get a reservation the day before. When we arrived, our group of 5 waited quite awhile to be greeted at the table and needed to look around to flag someone down to get menus. Half of our group ordered the burger and really liked it, while two of us ordered the bouillabaisse and were underwhelmed, especially given its price. Our drinks were good, and arrived well before the food, but when two of ordered another drink to go with the meal we needed to remind the waitress (who was gone for long periods of time) and then waited so long that we had almost finished our meal by the time the drinks arrived.
After getting mostly fat on my Ribeye steak for $36, the manager wouldn't even talk to us. The very apologetic server showed him how much fat was left on the plate (after I had eaten some if it because I was still so hungry) and he said that was just the cut of meat. I know my cuts of meat and, yes, ribeye IS fatty, but this was over kill. I got about 4 oz of meat and a few pieces of squash and tomatoes. It was also gristly. My husband's baseball cut was okay, but not worth the $30. They were both there nightly specials.
The food was all excellent. And our server was honestly one of the best servers we have ever had. She was attentive and helpful with our dietary restrictions. She was engaging and she made our night!
Service was great but food was just okay. Not what we remembered from 3-4 years ago. Overpriced for what it was
It’s too damn hot in your restaurant! I love the food but will only visit in the fall/winter moving forward!
100% locally sourced and organic. We liked that portions were reasonable and not gargantuan. Had the braised rabbit and pappardelle with rabbit bolognese-both delicious.
We visited twice during our visit to Seattle, and the visits were very different. First was a late-evening visit: great seats on the patio, impressed with the amazing list of local spirits, lots of nightlife and people watching. Unfortunately the food was totally lacklustre - the bread on our cheese plate was clearly stale, and the accompaniments were a bit stingy for the price. Deviled eggs were tasty but one had a long thread from the cloth napkins mixed into the filling. Server was distracted and it took a very long time to get our bill. Brunch was a great experience: food was spot-on and inventive, service was personable, and the room really shines on a sunny day. Would be nice to see a bit more consistency, but overall a place we'd recommend!
Food and service were good as always. It seems they have changed their service and tipping policy again, while reducing portions. The conflicting service fees on their website vs. the receipt also left us with a bad taste in our mouths. We used to love bringing friends and family here, but I doubt we’ll be back.
Pasta dish had only 6 pieces!
The rabbit liver mousse was fantastic (and was plentiful)! I'm not sure that I'm completely a fan of the IPA foam in cocktails, but it could just be that I don't like IPAs.
Delicate but flavorful fare. Serious but casual service.
Great experience. Highly recommend!
Limited menu and marginal service. Food was good. Service charge added without explaining why.
We sat outside on a great summer day and I enjoyed the meal very much. Service was quick and helpful, the food came out faster than I would have expected and everything tasted very good. I will definitely come back
Paige was a wonderful server - friendly, attentive, and accommodating to my food restrictions. Loved that the booths are high, so you don't have to overhear the next table's conversation. Ambiance was very warm, welcoming, and clean.
I bring my out of town friends here because it's good for groups, it's casual, and I can count on everyone finding a meal they find delicious (the PBnJ poppers are my fave). This restaurant is a staple for us.
Sloooooooow service and nothing we ate was impressive. Serviceable yes but not worth the bank.
This place was amazing. Went with my wife for our wedding anniversary, and the food and service were all top notch. They were extremely busy and I never felt like our servers were not mindful of us. I will definitely go again and have already recommended it to friends and family. I appreciate my friend for telling me about this Gem of a Seattle restaurant. I ordered the Rabbit Bolognese, and my wife the stuffed Mussels. This was our first time going and the food was what I expected from a five star restaurant. My wife ordered the Pearl Rose wine from Willamette valley and I ordered a Marionberry Creme soda, as I was driving. The price was just what I would expect for the kind of quality, and service that we got. Our server was changed halfway through our meal so that they could accommodate more people in the outside dinning area, and the change was flawless. I didn't realize our server even changed until halfway through our meal. This was the best meal my wife and I have had in Seattle bar none to date. There are so many wonderful things about Local 360 that trying to name them all in a review is difficult. I would just like to say thank you to all the staff at Local 360 and we will come again. If you are looking for a recommendation then I can say this was an amazing place to dine.
This was my second visit to Local 360 and again it was with friends from away. We all loved that everything, including the beverages are from a 360 mile radius. The reception and wait staff always make me feel at home and are very welcoming to visitors. We started with a sour and a delicious craft cocktail (one of the big draws!) and moved on to salads and salmon and pasta and bouillabaisse. My friends commented on how appropriate the serving sizes were; no one had to eat too much and no food went unfinished. The children who were with us were very happy as well and a good time was had by all in general. I do not live in Seattle and will definitely make the trip to Local 360 again.
We met friends with a 9month old. It was a great out door patio where there was freedom to move about if necessary.
Went for Sunday brunch. The chicken and waffles was outstanding, as was the salmon Benedict. Loved the BBQ Bloody Mary. Our server, Cole, was great--very personable.