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About Lot No. 3
Lot No. 3 combines comfort food, classic cocktails, and craft brews in a vintage-industrial inspired space.
We serve everything from snacks like housemade kettle chips with sweet onion dip and our famous "plate o' bacon" to chicken and waffles and desserts including the spiced jar cake with maple glaze.
Our cocktail and spirits program has been recognized as one of the strongest in the Puget Sound.
At Lot No. 3 our focus is on classic cocktails and craft brews. We have six beers on tap, a wide variety by the bottle, as well as over one hundred spirits.
Bellevue, WA 98004
American, Comfort Food, Gastro Pub
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday, 11am to 12am
Friday, 11am to 2am
Saturday, 9am to 2am
Sunday, 9am to 12am
Saturday & Sunday, 9am to 3pm
Daily: 3pm to 6pm and 10pm-close
4th & 106th
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer a variety of box lunches and a la carte platters; great for corporate events, parties, picnics and other get-togethers! Orders may be picked up at any of our restaurant locations and delivery is available throughout the Puget Sound. We recommend placing all orders with a 48 hours’ notice to ensure availability. Large orders may require additional lead time. We are available to place phone orders or answer any questions Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm. Please call 206.855.6118.
Parking is available in the adjoining Bellevue Towers Visitor Parking garage. Free 4hr validation is available. Many neighborhood lots offer $5 parking during evening and weekends.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Lot No. 3 Ratings and Reviews
Fun place. I like the rustic design. Pretty loud, not really an intimate date night setting. Better for friends going for drinks. Service was great. Food was pretty good but really expensive. Cheapest tapas was goat cheese on a piece of toast for just under $10. Drinks range from $14-22 average, with plenty of much more expensive drinks.
Disappointed in my Lot 3 experience. Food was fair. They did not have gluten free bread which I thought was odd for a downtown Bellevue restaurant. Server was nice but we had to ask for water and refills. Our table was available when we arrived which was great. I will give it one more try.
They actually only serve brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Kind of got the vibe that they didn’t want to be serving me and it took forever for actual service. Wanted to leave, but only stayed because I didn’t want to find another restaurant to eat at. Food wasn’t bad though.
We were seated immediately, which is always nice when you have reservations. We were greeted and offered beverages. Unfortunately they do not have non-dairy milk, so I had to have black coffee. The coffee is from cafe vita, so it's pretty good on it's own. After we ordered our food, it took a VERY long time. We were engaged in conversation, so it was not a big deal, but plan on extra time for brunch here. The food was pretty good. Service was good enough. Our coffee was low/cold a couple of times and it took a while to get our check. Again, we were in conversation and not in a big hurry so it wasn't a huge deal.
When you leave the restaurant you will smell like the kitchen. The ventilation doesn't seem to be very good.
The food and atmosphere were good. I will likely return.
We were seated quickly. The waiter was courteous and professional. The drinks orders took longer than usual. One of the dishes arrived wrong, so had to be sent back for the correct one, which should have been express ordered. However, this dish was comp'ed. The mistakes seemed at the back end; the waiter got a hefty tip.
Otherwise, the space and ambience are good - cool bathroom doors!
I would recommend to others, and also give them a second try myself.
Awesome food and good creative cocktails. The bacon wrapped meatloaf and avocado toast were highlights. Our server was attentive but the food and drinks were a bit slow to come out, which was not her fault. It looked like they had one bartender for the bar and restaurant which works for a standard beer bar but not when you've designed intricate cocktails that everyone wants to enjoy. Would still highly recommend.
Will Go again: excellent food & presentation, ambience. And hope that we do not get the same server again. Good location in terms of making this a part of your day out. For the record, our party of 3 consisted of me- the pure carnivore, my wife the vegetarian, and my teenage daughter who needs different food (not the same old, same old). All 3 of us loved it.
The service was abysmal at best. We ordered cocktails at brunch, and waited. And waited. When we got our food, after 20 minutes, our drinks came too. The eggs with bacon and cheese had little bacon or cheese. When we finally got our check, we paid with a credit card. 17 minutes later she presented us with the charge. Normally, I tip 22-25%. I tipped 8%. I go to Purple and The Commons regularly, but will stay from the lackadaisical service at Lot No. 3.
We stopped here for a happy hour light meal and drinks. We were too tempted by the cocktail menu to stick with the Happy Hour offerings, and we weren't disappointed! Their signature Old Fashioned is about the best I've ever had. Also really enjoyed The Hunted and Bjorn on the Bayou. The Happy Hour slider 6-pack hit the spot, along with the Onion dip and chips, and the fried cheese curds. All in all, everything was delicious, the service was good, I'd recommend this place to anyone!
The menu sounded really good, but everything was underwhelming and very bland. I had the zucchini pancakes that I just don't think were cooked all the way through-still hard and cold in the middle, but there was just no flavor-not even salt and pepper, the chipotle sauce was blah too, and the egg rubbery. I should've sent it back but I didn't want to wait for them to redo it and I hate wasting food, regardless of how bad it tastes. We also had the burrito bowl which was also lacking. The waffles were light and fluffy and if we ever return I would get those. But just like Purple, overpriced breakfast. Eggs shouldn't cost that much. The ambiance was cozy but the tables were too close together and they seated all of us next to each other. The waitress and water guy kept bumping me every time they came to help a table instead of going around, but the tables were just too close together. The waitress was ok-didn't check on us often or ask how our food was. We had other staff check on us more often than her.
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