The Masonry is pretty much a pizza party waiting to happen. This spot has a bright, newly-constructed space with psychedelic paint swirls on the ceiling, long communal tables, hanging lights made from beer bottles, a skee-ball machine, and lots of taps. There’s another (tiny) Masonry location in Queen Anne, but the newer Fremont one has a dining room with more group hang potential, as well as a huge patio for warm-weather pints. Food-wise, you can’t go wrong with a super-charred margherita pie and some meatballs, but we also like the burger and tangy caesar salad.
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