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Three Sixty Restaurant Review: From the moment the elevator doors open onto a shimmering wall of falling water, Three Sixty is a treat for the senses. The view, of course, is the highlight --- clever architectural features allow panoramic sightlines in all directions, indoors and out. In contrast to the openness of the downtown skyline, the seating areas are cozily defined, all the better to settle in and enjoy a glass of wine or a well-crafted cocktail like the Call Me Never, made with Sauza Reposado, Angry Orchard cider, orange bitters and cinnamon. Much of the menu is dedicated to small plates and bar-type foods like pizza, tacos and sliders, but using locally-sourced meats, cheeses and produce so skillfully that they merit the double-digit prices. Chicken spiedini may be the most pedestrian entrée, but even that simple dish is served with local rose radish risotto. For dessert, break yourself off a piece of the homemade Kit Kat bars.