SEATTLE/BELLTOWN – Local 360

Local 360

LOCAL 360

Local 360 (and around the corner Mercantile) in Belltown has been highly recommended because of their commitment to supporting local food. Over 90% of their food comes from within a 360 mile radius of their location. Cool vibe, neat atmosphere, loaded with recycled fixtures, barn wood walls, and re-purposed seating, this place should be visited, for brunch or maybe for a late night cocktail. Red gravy with cayenne over homemade cheddar biscuits, local peppery sausage patty, washed down with black-as-three-in-the-morning Caffe Vita. Try their Rabbit pot pie or any of their NW micro brews and wines.

I like what they say on the back of their menu: “We don’t focus on what is new, but what is BEST.”

 

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Local 360

2234 1st Avenue Seattle, WA 98121

(206) 441-9360

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