Pizza >360 Pizzeria
3425 SE 192nd Ave, Vancouver, WA | Directions 9868345.595707 -122.476570
Sat-Sun: 2pm-9pm, Tue-Fri: 11:30am-9pm, Mon: 4am-9pm
If you want Papa Murphs or Little Caesar, go there.
If you want more than one has come to expect in Vancouver, come here. So much more than just pizza. The small plates are great and change seasonally, according to what's available locally. I used to hate minestrone soup until I had it here. What a difference fresh makes. I have never had greasy pizza here and we eat here often. Love the pasta. Pesto linguini just like mom used to make. Like most places, they do have "off" days, but most of the time it's pretty good.
Nope. Caesar salad was very oily ... pizza had 'out of the can' tomato paste all over it ... and the servers were much more interested in talking with each other than serving clientele. They claim to be affiliated with Roots, but we did not see the connection at all. Lots of nice places in the area ... pass this one up!!!
Terrible service :( – We have been here in the past and have enjoyed our dining experience...this time the service was horrible and we will not be back again. I believe in you get what you pay for, but this time we paid for what we did not get :( Very disappointed.
Love the small plates – My husband and I try to go to 360 at least every other week. The small plates are amazing. The menu just changed and the calamari brushetta is to die for. Who says calamari has to be fried? The pizza and pasta are also amazing, but I do love to fill the table with small plates. If you haven't been, you must try it!
Make a 180 degree turn, and go someplace else – This posh Camas pizzeria managed to serve us pizza so bad we had to send it back. The dough was as floppy as a wet sheet, and our too-salty, super-greasy cheese just slid right off. Plop! We ordered a replacement tomato/basil pizza, which was just as lousy. Our eight-year-old daughter wouldn't touch either of the pizzas; she ordered the mac & cheese (bland).
The Caesar salad & focaccia were excellent, and if the waitress had offered to comp either of these things, to make up for our awful pizza - or even given me a free drink - I wouldn't be writing this lousy review. Here's a tip, 360 Pizzeria: COMPENSATION MAKES A GRUMPY CUSTOMER HAPPY. Maybe I could forgive the bad food - what do you expect, in Vancouver? - but I can't forgive an unwillingness to make it right for the customer.
Love the Pizza and the Pasta – The food here is fantastic. I come here a lot and I love the pizzas, but my favorite are the pasta dishes. I love what they do with ravioli. The prawns with pesto and the warm artichoke dip with crostini are my favorite appetizers. The place is nice and casual, but the service is always friendly and efficient.
great pasta – 360 has to be my favorite place to enjoy a big bowl of pasta. The pesto with chiken is one of my favorites. I also love the small plates: the white bean dip, artichoke dip and the prawns are always good. The beer selection is great as well. If your in the couve you gotta try 360 Pizzeria!
Love this place, need one in Seattle! – The artichoke dip, the arugula salad, the lamb sausage pizza, and the tiramisu are so amazing! We say that we are going to Vancouver to see family but it's really for 360 Pizza (and Burgerville). ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS PLACE!
excellent food, wonderful brewer's dinner – Went here for a brewer's dinner with Everybody's Brewing - love their beer. Didn't know what to expect with 360, was just happy to have a beer dinner, but they knocked my socks off! Each course was delicious and paired really well with the beer - my favorite two courses were the beef with homemade potato gnocchi and the oatmeal stout cake - literally the best dessert I've ever had - not too sweet and went great with the stout beer. The chef came out and spoke about each course, which was fun, and the whole place just had a great feel about it. Will definitely return.
Good food but way overpriced for the area – Food is very good but too pricey for the neighborhood. The best option is the happy hour menu and in my opinion, that too is over priced for waht you get. However, food is good, people are nice, and when it is not overly busy, you can see your waiter more then twice. Otherwise, they are too busy and you sit for a while. I think if prices were lowered, it would be a much better rating.
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