Queen Anne’s Newest Pizza Place: The Masonry

By Seattle Mag


August 27, 2013

!–paging_filter–pspanIs Queen Anne a contender for the tasty title of Seattle’s Pizza Capital?/span/p
pConsidering that this ‘hood is home to not one, but two a href=”http://www.seattlemag.com/pagliaccis-end-world-pizza” target=”_blank”Pagliacci places/a–one’s a take-out only spot on Aurora–as well asa href=”http://www.seattlemag.com/tribunali” target=”_blank” Via Tribunali/a, Elliott Bay Pizza, a href=”http://www.seattlemag.com/article/whats-future-seattle-center” target=”_blank”Mod Pizza at the Seattle Center’s Armory/a, old-school Olympia, the a href=”http://www.seattlemag.com/zaw-artisan-bake-home-pizza” target=”_blank”upscale take-and-bake, Zaw/a, year-old Rock and New York Pizza./p
pRecently joining this lineup is a href=”http://www.themasonryseattle.com/“The Masonry/a, a 39-seat, wood-fired pie spot at 20 Roy Street. It features a whole bunch of craft beers–and Rainier, too–as well as tap wine selections and cider and a veteran of Café Lago in the kitchen crafting classic pies and seasonal stuff. (I’ll have the lobster mushroom pizza, with a side of house-pickled veggies please!)/p
pThe Masonry is strictly for grownups, as it’s 21 and over only, which sets it apart from the rest of family-friendly Queen Anne. And the prices are downright reasonable. The Margherita is $11, with salads ringing up at $4 during the lunch hour./p
pIt’s open daily, from 11:30 until midnight, and there’s a pretty good bet that the TVs will be tuned to sports, whether local or around the globe./p


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