Massa's Seafood Grill

1331 Lamar HoustonTX77010
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Family owned and operated seafood restaurant with a South Coast twist.
by localguides on May 17, 2016 from localguides


The Park Shops garage takes you to the first-floor lobby of the restaurant. Enter the garage from Caroline or Austin streets. Massa's validates.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch
The Extras:
It's popular for company parties and conventions (the dining room holds up to 150 people). Call ahead during the holidays to confirm dining hours.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Massa’s South Coast Grill Restaurant Review:
Located near the George R. Brown Convention Center, this Massa family restaurant highlights Gulf Coast, Southern Creole fare. Appetizers include bacon-wrapped quail and South Coast crab cakes, while entrées range from pecan-crusted rainbow trout to a char-grilled chicken breast with Creole seasoning. Note: The former Massa's Seafood Grill was rebranded as Massa’s South Coast Grill.
by gayot on October 13, 2017 from gayot
Downtowners rely on this longtime family operation for contemporary Creole and smooth service.:
The Scene
Massa's is abuzz with big-spender seafood lovers and after-work deal makers. A mural of dreamy fish by a local artist anchors the cozy, wood-trimmed dining room. Expansive...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on July 02, 2007 from Citysearch
Colorful anthropomorphic fish capering against a sea-blue background welcome guests to Massa's. The whimsical mural outside and the sunny, soft yellow lighting are friendly winks to set you at ease in this sophisticated seafood restaurant. The Gulf seems almost at your feet when you're served a platter of plump oysters on the half shell and sweet crab cakes perked up with Key lime beurre blanc....
by gayot on July 01, 2007 from gayot

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Set in the heart of downtown Massa's Seafood Grill attracts primarily members of the business class and theater patrons. The mixed seafood appetizer is a great way to start your meal. Menu selections are expensive, but items like the Chilean swordfish with yogurt mint sauce and fruit chutney are well worth the price. Top it off with a homey dessert such as coconut cream pie.
by yahoolocal on December 15, 2016 from yahoolocal