The menu at Mass Street Fish House & Raw Bar features raw boutique oysters shucked fresh to order, fresh fish entrées that incorporate the best seasonal and local ingredients, a curated list of unique natural wines, and happy hour bar plates. Fresh ingredients from both coasts are artfully paired with local produce and meats smoked in-house and served with the generosity and familiarity of a small, locally owned business. The bar program offers a regularly rotating wine list that emphasizes sustainable and natural wines, as well as seasonally inspired craft cocktail menu. The Fish House offers a happy hour with discounted oysters, drinks, and a variety of food options available every day until 6 pm.
front of house manager & Owner
With a long-running background in the industry, Laura brings a genuine creative perspective to her work that comes from experience. Owning this restaurant creates a perfect space for her to live in harmony with her passion of creating a welcoming and comforting space for her neighbors, friends, and family. She aspires to build businesses that are ethical, treat people well (employees and customers), and contribute positively to her community.
When her best friend, Laura Klein, opened Mass St. Fish House restaurant she knew Sam's creativity and charming personality would bring exuberance to the Bar Program. In Lawrence, Sam found a community of industry folks she could be proud of who welcome all types of people and celebrate each other's differences. She is motivated to make the Mass St. Fish House no exception and make everyone feel at home here. Sitting at Sam's bar you will immediately feel like you've known her for ages and have an opportunity to learn about her passion for natural and sustainable wines.
chef Michael STornello
Michael is a Lawrence local who has been in the restaurant industry since the age of 14. He began college at KU but realized his desire to follow his passion for food and transfered to the Culinary Program at Johnson County Community College. Michael ventured to the west coast and expanded his knowledge on everything seafood up the coast from Portland to Sacramento. Michael sees himself as a food artist and loves fresh, seasonal, and local ingredients.
chef Harrison Soelter
Harrison is a returning local who began his career in the restaurant industry at 16. Harrison is a graduate of the culinary program at Johnson County Community College and apprenticed at Tellers and 715. He moved to Richmond, Virginia to enjoy the mountain and ocean life of the East Coast and embark on his culinary career. He is very proud to have worked for Chef Dylan Fultineer and gathering seafood knowledge. Harrison is also an avid traveler, usually on whim.
4 pm - 6 pm MONDAY - THURSDAY
12 pm - 6 pm FRIDAY - SUNDAY
5 pm to 10 pm DAILY
BAR OPEN LATE EVERY NIGHT
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