Showing posts from December, 2018

Delicious Seafood for HALF-PRICE Twice a Week at JB Hook's!

Many visitors to the lake area will probably tell you that summer is the best time to be here, but at JB Hook's, we've got some great things going on that only happen during the lake area's "off-season." You get to enjoy everything our Lake of the Ozarks seafood restaurant has to offer in the summer, plus so much more!

Our extended Happy Hour goes on even longer than usual this time of year (currently every Monday-Friday from 3-8 pm and all day each Sunday.) Recently, we've made those times even happier twice a week with the addition of a Happy Hour Raw Bar featuring items from our popular Seafood & Oyster Bar for half-price! When you join us in the bar area on Tuesday or Wednesday from 3-8 pm, you'll get some amazing discounts on the following dishes.

Mussels, scallops, and salmon served chilled with house-made Szechuan sauce and dill caper cream.

Poke Tuna
Fresh sashimi grade tuna tossed in olive oil, fresh rosemary, and…

Celebrate the Special Moments in Your Life at JB Hook's

JB Hook's is an excellent place to share special moments in your life with your friends and family. It might be a big event, like a birthday, anniversary, retirement, reunion, or something of that nature, or just a fun night out with people you are close to. No matter how big or small the gathering may be, great memories will be made when you all get together at our fine dining restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks

Share Your JB Hook's Moments
Since the month of December gives everyone extra reasons to celebrate due to the holidays, this month's Facebook contest focuses on all of the many special moments made right here at JB Hook's. 

Each week we will make a post on the JB Hook's Facebook page reminding everyone to enter. All you need to do is share a photo under one of those posts of a special moment you were a part of in our Lake of the Ozarks seafood & steak restaurant. Use the hashtag #JBHooksMoments to make sure that we see it. 

Memories can be new ones that…