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JB Hook's Wine & Seafood Pairings

Wine pairing is an important part of any meal. At the best seafood restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks , we have an expansive selection of wine to ensure you have the perfect pairing for your meal. To help make your selection a little bit easier for the next time you dine at Lake of the Ozarks' best seafood restaurant , here are a few of our popular dishes and wines that complement them. Salmon Du Jour Our Salmon Du Jour is the chef's daily signature creation that's prepared with the finest quality ingredients. Pinot Noir stands up to the richness of the salmon while still being light and bright enough to be paired with fish. Oysters At JB Hook's , we serve East Coast oysters with cocktail sauce and horseradish. While there's very little out there that doesn't taste great with a few bubbles, oysters in particularly pair well with champagne. The textural contrast of the bubbles to the smooth, velvety texture of the oysters is what makes this the perfect

4 Reasons Why You Should Dine with Us!

Whether you're just visiting the Lake or are local to the area, one thing is certain. You need to make going to the best restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks part of your plans. With a menu that would make even the pickiest of eaters say yum, you're bound to find something to sate anyone's appetite. Not only do we have the best food at the Lake of the Ozarks , we are known for having the best happy hour at the Lake of the Ozarks too. But there's more, we have live music every week! Without further ado, here are the 4 reasons why you should dine with us! 1. Tons of Live Music: Music is to the soul what words are to the mind. After a long day at work or being out on the lake, relax and unwind with some great live music Monday-Friday. This spring we'll be featuring the following musicians for your listening pleasure (check out our events calendar to get dates and times): Cindy Lawhorn Jimmy K Al Jolly Michael V Joe Farrell & the Continentals

Things You Didn't Know About Some of the Seafood Delicacies We Feature

Most everyone knows that seafood is a nutrient rich food that is a good source of protein, vitamins and minerals. Seafood is also the main food source for the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA. But today JB Hooks would like to share some fun facts you may not know about some of the seafood we serve at the best fine dining restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks . Shrimp Humans aren't the only ones that enjoy eating shrimp. Fish, crabs, sea urchins, whales, and dolphins all depend on shrimp for a considerable portion of their diet. Shrimp color varies from one species to another and can be influenced by age, harvest season, living environment, and diets. The meat color of raw shrimp can range from white to shades of gray and light bluish tints covered by surface patterns of red, pink or dark gray. All shrimp turn a pink or reddish color when cooked. Shrimp is low in fat and high in protein and a moderate source of omega-3 fatty acids. Crustaceans including shrimp hav

We Appreciate Your Vote For Best Of The Lake!

The Annual Lake Lifestyle Best of the Lake survey is now in the final round of voting, and JB Hook's is a finalist in 4 categories! We love our customers and appreciate that you voted for us. You have until March 10 to vote in the final round. Here are a few reasons why we think we are a Lake area favorite in the categories that we'e nominated in. Best Seafood Whether you're local or just visiting, there is one place to go when you want the best.  JB Hook's has been serving the best seafood at the Lake of the Ozarks for many years now.  From our delicious shrimp and oyster bar to our mouthwatering seafood entrees, our menu is full of shrimp, lobster, crab, salmon and more! Our incredible chefs put their own spin on many classic meals, plus you can experience many signature dishes that are specially created for our Lake of the Ozarks restaurant . Most Romantic whether you're on a first date or celebrating an anniversary, our 14-mile panoramic view of th