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Hooked is an American Seafood House serving the freshest fish in an eclectic collection of hot and cold dishes.The amazing food and exciting ambience creates memories forever. Get Hooked!
Beaver Creek, CO 81620
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 5:00pm
Dinner: Daily: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
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$31 to $50
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Beaver Creek offers 2 parking lots that are within walking distance from the restaurant.
Beaver Creek Shuttles (only in Beaver Creek)
Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Hooked Ratings and Reviews
They were so accommodating of our allergies and having a 2.5 year old granddaughter with us. The sushi choices seemed limited because of our allergies but the waiter/kitchen made excellent modifications. Just wish it had been the first meal we ate in Beaver Creek as I would have been back a couple of times before we left the resort.
So the food, sushi, was outstanding. The fish was fresh and the roll ideas they had were unique. We even tried their "Hooked Tacos" as an appetizer. They were quite good.
The waiter we had was okay. He wasn't ignoring us but we needed things a couple of times and we couldn't even catch his eye. When I asked for additional things, the waiter would say yes but tone of voice and body language communicated that we were putting him out. If it weren't for the food and the manager (talk about him next), I would have left after the appetizer.
Now, where we were seated, I could not see the list of the "beers on tap" well. I had to really move around to see it. The manager (I believe his name was Ethan) came to my rescue. He acknowledged that he understood the problem and patiently explained the beer list to me. He even brought my beer and alcohol order out right away after I ordered (he personally did this). I was impressed with him and his ability to grasp good customer service.
Over all good. A nice date night in the Beaver Creek Village.
Hooked is a pretty epic experience - if you go with more than 2 people:) While the regular menu is just lovely - what you REALLY want to do is have them make you a whole fish. Which they don't even offer to tables of two (you could get it if you wanted, but at $250 for our fish without anything else it's not really a smart value).
That said - if you have 4 or more people - by all means get the whole fish! This isn't like any other whole fish you've had before ... you don't have to have it all cooked one way. In fact, they suggest doing about 1/2 the fish sushi style - which in our case resulted in 5 different delicious variations that were raw and then the other 1/2 of the fish they cooked for us - but even that had three different delectable preparations, ensuring we never got bored of the tasty jack!
Each preparation was a bit more unique than the last with faves such as the cucumber and apple wrapped in sashimi and the chimichurri crusted cooked jack.
Cocktails are good and sake options are plentiful. Expect to spend at least $80-100 per person even if you don't get apps and desserts ... more if you go all out.
Have fun and let the kitchen surprise you!
We make a point to eat here every time we come out to the Vail Valley. Even when we are staying in Snowmass to ski, we make a point to stop on the way for a meal at Hooked. The food is fantastic. The fish is incredible and is prepared in multiple fabulous ways. We have a hard time deciding how to have them prepare the fish. The fish is flown overnight from a Japan fish market. Our kids oder the fish and chips, which is also spectacular. I would highly recommend this restaurant for a special occasion. The fish is not inexpensive, but worth it!
Loved the place. Very interesting mix of food, but definitely an Asian influence. The rolls were great, dinner was great, just nothing really to complain about. Fairly tight and a bit noisy in the dining room, but service was still prompt and attentive. Have quite the sake list if it is your thing. Also, have quite the fish selection and they prepare it at least 16 different ways, depending on your liking (and of course some types of seafood seem to match some of the preparations better).
Try some of the specialty sushi rolls!
What a unique place to dine in Beaver Creek! The sushi is amazing and the menu extensive. The whole fish selection each eavening adds to the uniqueness....and you can get them prepared in many ways. I had the Cioppino.... best ever. A must go to place.
We had dinner twice over the past weekend. We picked the fresh fish, half flash fried and the other prepared in various sushi preparations. Loved it all. The second night we had a smaller fresh fish and ordered from the menu. The sommelier was wonderful, terrific list, we had a terrific white Roija. My only complaint is the TVs on the walls. For such a terrific restaurant, they're out of place. But we will go back when in Beaver Creek.
We had a fun meal there. Service great and we really embraced the innovative fish menu, My ceviche rocked ( it was also $24 and it was an appetizer!) The tuna main course was not a tuna steak but slices tuna loin; what most places would serve as an appetizer. Overall quality high, prices high, portions small but innovative menu and solid service. Welcome to beaver creek!
Fish Tacos are really great!
My husband and I dined here last week and it was as good as the reviews. Small, intimate place, with red chairs and tiny tables. Great friendly service too. Wine list is nice, but expensive for by the glass, wish they had US wines and something for less than $ 10 a glass.
Unique way to eat fish! Fun experience to pick out "your" fish and see what the chef does with it. The sushi was fresh and very flavorful. And they were attentive to our gluten free needs. The brussel sprouts were terrible but the sweet potato fries with maple butter made up for them. It's crowded and loud and the cold crept in even with the double doors. Overall a very fun night for 9 friends.
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