They believe in real food, natural flavors. They believe in hands of local farmers. Local 360, a sustainable café and food producer, emphasizes on local sourcing, with the majority of it falling within a 360 mile radius of Seattle.
Based in the heart of downtown at the corner of 1st and Bell, the restaurant serves breakfast and lunch concurrently until 3 p.m; dinner is served from 5 p.m.; a limited happy-hour card bridges the gap. There is a giant chalkboard displayed near the bar salutes by name the farmers, fishers, artisans and food purveyors whose wares you are about to eat.
Here is a list of food recommended by Seattle Times.
Breakfast: dainty biscuits, buttery tasting with a tender crumb; glorious Mad Hatcher Farm eggs; and sweet, porky baked beans bubbling in a cast-iron skillet.
Reuben: thick-sliced marble rye provides a griddled framework for corned beef pulled into delicate strands, smothered in fresh sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing.
Fried chicken: readed, boneless breast wrapped around bacon moussel.
Dessert: Candied bacon dots apple fritters.
2234 1st Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121