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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Milstead & Co.
Milstead & Co. is a coffee shop in Fremont with some of our favorite coffee. If you’re trying to work, note that most of the seating is communal.
Add-A-Ball is an arcade bar in Fremont that has reasonably-priced drinks and tons of video games.
Norm’s Eatery & Ale House
Norm’s is a divey alehouse with bar food in Fremont that’s perfect for you and your dog.
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Hitchcock is a Bainbridge Island restaurant serving American food, including oysters and pasta.
Ezell’s Famous Chicken
Ezell’s is a Seattle fried chicken chain, and the original location is in the Central District.
Delicatus Benaroya Hall
Delicatus is a downtown sandwich shop with big, messy, delicious creations. Get the Mud Honey.
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For a perfect date night, go in on some American small plates at Single Shot in Capitol Hill.
Supreme is a West Seattle pizzeria with New York-style pies and slices, plus boozy slushies and excellent garlic knots.
Dino’s Tomato Pie
Dino’s is one of few places in Seattle that knows how to do New York pizza. It’s one of our favorite spots in Cap Hill for dinner and drinks.
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