Astounding views from 200 feet above beautiful lake of the Ozarks. Great food at reasonable prices. Service great. Deserts looked tempting but we were too full to try them.
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My husband and i ate here shorty before noon and was told that we could not order steak until the cook got there. We ended up paying a lot of money for finger foods and left hungry and aggravated.
We came to J.B. Hooks for dinner and we were very pleased with our experience! The staff was great, the food was very good. My boyfriend had the shark and he said it tasted amazing and the pasta I ordered was great. We sat outside on the deck and the view of the lake was beautiful. Our waiter was very... More
I ate here early on a Saturday evening with high expectations. This is a popular place, The parking lot was already crowded at six o'clock. Had a reservation and was seated promptly. To get to my table had to walk through the extremely noisy bar ( live music not to my taste) and very loud drinking crowd. Not a surprise... More
We stopped in for appetizer and was surprised by the live music coming from a lower level room. We asked our server if we could move to the lower level to watch their performance. Much to our surprise the music was fantastic and live performers on a small stage. The group performing was Encore and a waitress named Kelly Hooper... More
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this restaurant has a great reputation for the food and service. I find them to be right on. The food is presented well and is worth the trip. You are for sure paying for that special little treatment. Do you have any set specials for the people that maybe don't have $100 bucks to drop to walk in the place? And is your distributors local or shipped in?