Houston, TX 77002
Houston Press' Description
Massa's is an elegant downtown seafood spot that, like so many of its fellow fish-centric places around these parts, maintains a healthy Cajun/Creole influence. Lobster bisque is a popular starter; a couple of steak selections and an array of quality seafood (including redfish topped with lump crab meat) round out the menu. Pastas are served, as well. Prices aren't cheap, but no regular menu item breaks the $30 mark. Though the atmosphere is semi-upscale, you should be fine in jeans. There's often live jazz on the weekends.
Tips from foursquare
Crab cake caprese salad was so delicious.We were a party of 3 & were quickly seated. Service was excellent.Busy time so had to get attention from waiter a couple of times to collect our card to pay
Red Fish Pontratrain was on point!
Get the lobster bisque and sea scallops! !!!
Park in connecting garage and don't forget your ticket. They validate.
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