Quincy Restaurateur Jimmy Liang to Unveil Masons Steak House in Former Masonic Temple

The upscale restaurant is scheduled to open its doors in the fall of 2024.
Quincy Restaurateur Jimmy Liang to Unveil Masons Steak House in Former Masonic Temple
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Esteemed restaurateur and Quincy local Jimmy Liang is gearing up to unveil his latest culinary venture. Nestled within the former Masonic Temple at 1170 Hancock St—a building ravaged by fire over a decade ago—Masons Steak House is poised to elevate Quincy’s dining scene.

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As chairman, co-founder, and former CEO of JP Fuji Group, Liang boasts an impressive portfolio of esteemed eateries, including B Cafe, Shabu, and YoCha, alongside six Fuji locations across greater Boston. While Masons Steak House won’t fall under the hospitality group’s umbrella, Liang told The Patriot Ledger that he views it as a pivotal milestone in his career.

Spanning a generous 12,000 square feet, the space will feature an inviting dining area and bar on the first floor, complemented by a second-floor bar, a gallery, two function rooms, and a two-sided fireplace. With the building’s row of second-story windows offering picturesque views of Hancock St, Liang aims to evoke the cozy ambiance of an elegant home dining room.

With an outstanding lineup including chefs Kevin Long, Robert Gonzalez, and Ming Cao, Liang has assembled a top-tier team for his latest endeavor, even hinting at his own involvement in the kitchen.

Alongside its signature hand-cut and dry-aged steaks, the restaurant will offer an array of fresh pasta dishes. Masons will also feature an exquisite selection of French desserts, all crafted in its specialized bakery section under the guidance of Chef Gonzalez. Despite the eatery’s upscale appeal, Liang remains dedicated to affordability, with steak options priced between $40 and $200.

Masons Steak House is slated to open its doors this fall, promising not only exceptional cuisine but also a renewed vibrancy to Quincy’s dining scene.

Cat Broughton

Cat Broughton

Cat Broughton is a creative lifestyle writer with a passion for exploring the art of storytelling. She graduated from the University of Memphis with a BA in English, where she honed her skills in crafting compelling narratives. When she's not putting pen to paper, you can usually find her perfecting her downward dog, eating vegan food, and sporting platform sandals, though usually not at the same time.
Cat Broughton

Cat Broughton

Cat Broughton is a creative lifestyle writer with a passion for exploring the art of storytelling. She graduated from the University of Memphis with a BA in English, where she honed her skills in crafting compelling narratives. When she's not putting pen to paper, you can usually find her perfecting her downward dog, eating vegan food, and sporting platform sandals, though usually not at the same time.
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