National Seafood Month Continued!

JB Hook's has the best seafood at the Lake of the Ozarks! We are the perfect place to celebrate National Seafood Month in style. Read on to check out the delicious seafood items on our dinner menu and learn fun trivia about seafood. We can't wait for you to try the legendary seafood at JB Hook's tonight - come celebrate with us!



Seafood for Dinner

Ocean and Freshwater Fish

The Manhattan

Pan-seared pangasius filet topped with sundried tomatoes, red onion, and fresh basil in a sweet vermouth cream sauce.


Tilapia Grand Mariner

Pan-seared tilapia filet topped with two gulf shrimp and finished with grand mariner reduction.

Northern Walleye

Encrusted in Dijon mustard and bread crumbs, served with drawn butter.


Peppered Mahi

Pepper-encrusted Mahi filet topped with caramelized red onion and bacon then finished with hollandaise

Grouper Supreme

Sauteed in white wine, lemon butter, and garlic, finished with hollandaise sauce and two Gulf shrimp.


Fresh Catch Du Jour

Chef's Selection of Freshwater or Ocean fish - various types available.

Alaskan King Crab Legs

One pound of King crab legs, steamed in spices and served with drawn butter.


Pesto Snapper

Fresh red snapper filet dusted in cornmeal and spices then deep-fried, served over basil pesto.

Fresh Day Boat Scallops Rockefeller

Fresh, sustainable dayboat scallops lightly dusted in Cajun spices, pan-seared, and served over a bed of sauteed spinach, onion, and bacon in a sweet vermouth cream sauce topped with hollandaise.


Fried Shrimp

Seven large shrimp breaded, fried, and served with cocktail sauce.

Hook's Coconut Shrimp

Seven large shrimp, encrusted in coconut and deep-fried golden brown, served with jezebel sauce.

Ahi Tuna

Your choice grilled, pan-seared, or blackened, served with wasabi and sushi ginger.

Australian Lobster Tail

One pound North Australian lobster tail.


Hook's Milan

A mild, flaky Orange Roughy filet, pan-seared and topped with white wine garlic cream sauce with sautéed artichoke hearts, mushrooms, fresh basil, and lump crabmeat, finished with parmesan cheese.


Salmon Du Jour

Chef's creation of Fresh Atlantic Salmon.

Hook's Stuffed Lobster Tail

Our signature one pound Australian Lobster tail stuffed with Alaskan King Crab, fresh herbs, and panko breadcrumbs, oven-broiled and served with pan-seared day boat sea scallops and Gulf shrimp in a classic scampi sauce.


Surf 'N Turf

Steak Neptune

6oz Filet Mignon topped with tender bits of lump crab and shrimp. Finished with asparagus spears and béarnaise sauce.


Steak and Shrimp

6oz Filet Mignon and your choice of shrimp.

Hook's Tournados

Two 3oz tenderloin medallions charbroiled and finished with sautéed mushrooms, lump crab, and bearnaise.


Steak and Alaskan King Crab Legs

One pound Alaskan King Crab Legs steamed in spices, served with drawn butter, and paired with 6oz chargrilled filet.


Steak and Australian Lobster Tail

One pound North Australian lobster tail served with a 6oz filet mignon.

Seafood Pasta

Lobster Pasta

Slipper lobster tails sauteed with Crimini mushrooms, asparagus, and fresh basil tossed with penne pasta in a garlic cream marinara.


Capellini Tutto Mare

Shrimp, clams, crab, scallops, mussels, and mushrooms in a creamy garlic sauce.


Seafood Trivia

Almost everyone loves delicious stuffed lobster tail, but many may not know these 10 interesting pieces of trivia about seafood. Read on to learn more!
  1. Mahi Mahi used to be called dolphinfish because they swim alongside boats like dolphins.
  2. Ahi Tuna can weigh up to 300 pounds!
  3. Lobster shells can be used to create biodegradable golf balls.
  4. Not all oysters can produce pearls.
  5. Lobsters can be more than just red, including blue, yellow, green, and white.
  6. Fish are full of healthy Omega-3 Fatty Acids, especially salmon, tuna, trout, and herring.
  7. Lobsters' two claws are different sizes and serve different purposes. The larger one is used to crush shells, and the smaller one is used to remove flesh from their food.
  8. Thawing fish in milk can help preserve its color and enhance the flavor.
  9. Fish schools can be huge - some can number in the millions!
  10. A lobster's brain is actually located in its throat.

Celebrate with JB Hook's!

To enjoy the best seafood at the Lake of the Ozarks for National Seafood Month, come to JB Hook's. From decadent lobster tail to crunchy coconut shrimp, we have it all. Enjoy fine dining and fabulous views for dinner tonight with your family. Quiz them on our seafood trivia while you enjoy your meal.


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2260 Bagnell Dam Blvd.
Lake Ozark, MO 65049

(573) 365-3255 

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