Fish House Grill

The only thing better than the food is the view!

History of the Fish House

Fish House Fish House

Extraordinary eateries are not fortunate, they are conceived of creative energy, resourcefulness and plain old diligent work. Here's our story:


In 1992 after numerous years as a restaurateur in Connecticut, Jim Bond and his family arrived in Bar Harbor Maine. The Fish House Grill was first situated alongside the Quality Inn and was the lodging's legitimate eatery. This area was dubious, best case scenario yet Jim created numerous approaches to make it work. The fish House had the primary genuine clam and crude bar around the local area. There was the whatever you can eat Boathouse Salad Bar highlighting peel and eat shrimp and steamed mussels. The plate of mixed greens bar was really custom fabricated and molded like a watercraft (the "Kerrie Ann" for Jim's girl). The primary year the Fish House assumed second position in the Bar Harbor Chowder Festival, a significant promising honor. Notwithstanding these enlivened advancements there was local people's top choice, the All You Can Eat Friday Night Fish Fry (only haddock will accomplish for local people). For 7 seasons the Fish House Grill made it's home at 39 Kebo Street. The so-so area ended up plainly one of Bar Harbor's busiest and best cherished spots (we even won 2 in front of the rest of the competition trophies for our fantastic buoys in the yearly Fourth of July Parade!)


In 1999, with a little assistance from a companion, the late Captain Marc Brent and sibling Bob Bond, the Fish House fabricated its new waterfront home in the Harbor Place working at 1 West Street beside the Town Pier. When we say assembled, it was quite recently that. Consume a room that was a workshop Jim and Company outlined and exclusively fitted the eatery you see today, with the assistance of sibling Bob and Bond Builders, no simple assignment!

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