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.

Read full review here on Seattle Times. And you can also check out the menu on the restaurant’s website.


Local 360
2234 1st Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121



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