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Local 360 Restaurant Review: This neighborhood restaurant boasts urban rustic charm and offers a menu of well-crafted seasonal Pacific Northwest cuisine. The inviting interior feels somewhat like a trendy barn with unexpected details such as silver candelabras dripping with wax. Local 360’s dishes are composed primarily with ingredients culled from within a 360-mile radius of Seattle. The result is quintessential “farm-to-table” dining with a casual, down-home attitude --- and, in this case, a popular late-night scene. Favorites have included a peach and arugula salad tossed with bacon bits and fresh goat cheese, braised rabbit leg, and the juicy house burger. For lunch, we can’t resist the chicken soup with mushroom dumplings or the vegetable potpie. Top off the meal with the luscious almond cake or PB&J bonbons. Among the few downsides, the dining room is noisy, and service can be spotty. For the budget-minded, there's a nightly three-course tasting menu for $30, and a small but affordable wine list.