Showing posts from July, 2018

Ice Cream Cocktails - Tasty Refreshment with a Kick!

We're getting into the hottest days of the year, the "Dog Days of Summer" as they call it. You can beat the heat at JB Hook's by dining in the air conditioning while still being able to enjoy that magnificent 14-mile panoramic view of the lake. If you need a bit more cooling off than that, one of our refreshing Ice Cream Drinks from the best bar at the Lake of the Ozarks is just the thing to do the trick! 

We have a fully stocked bar which allows our creative bartenders to mix up nearly anything under the sun. Add to that the vanilla soft serve ice cream machine that our mixologists have access to, and there are all kinds of delicious, frozen possibilities! Whether you're looking for a scrumptious drink to cool you off or a bit of dessert with a kick after your meal at our Lake of the Ozarks fine dining restaurant, the following ice cream cocktails from our drink menu are exactly what you need! 

Brandy Alexander
Vanilla Ice Cream blended with Brandy and Crème De Cac…

10 Fun Facts For Lobster Lovers

It's no surprise that one of the most popular items on our menu of the best seafood at the Lake of the Ozarks is lobster. Not only is this ocean dwelling animal delicious, but there are quite a few interesting facts about lobsters that are not common knowledge for most people. Just in case you are looking for some compelling dinner conversation the next time you dine at JB Hook's, here are some of those fun facts.

#1 - Although considered a delicacy today, lobster was once so plentiful that it was regularly eaten by paupers. So often, in fact, that they had enough to become sick of it! They even fed lobster to their livestock because there was so much of it.

#2 - Lobsters actually enjoy eating much of the same seafood that we eat, like clams, crabs, and occasionally even other lobsters!

#3 - This particular crustacean can be found in many different colors besides the red we are used to. Some are blue, blue-green, yellow, and others are even two-toned. They turn red once they are …