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
Ice Skating Rink
$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
Hooked is consistently excellent--it pay ...
Hooked is consistently excellent--it pays to trust the kitchen on preparation of the different fish, especially on the raw dishes. They always get it right. We also appreciate the experience and knowledge of the servers. You won't get away cheap at Hooked, but the quality and uniqueness of the experience make the cost worth every penny.
Hate giving bad review but we were so di ...
Hate giving bad review but we were so disappointed! Took 30 minutes to get wine...when asked about it he informed us they were out. We got a different bottle that was barely chilled. It took them so long to bring our food but at end they were rushing us out even suggesting we could take our bottle corked to go if we wanted?!? After it took 45 minutes to get it? The food was not good...the shrimp was way over cooked and barely edible. The sushi was good but way over priced even for BC. I wouldn't go back.
Make sure the waiter brings the fish sam ...
Make sure the waiter brings the fish samples to the table - we overheard the next table and then changed or order.... It was awesome! Order the whole fish - they do 1/2 sushi and the other half cooked (do the chef's choice - unbelievable good!!!)
After nearly three years of tasting this ...
After nearly three years of tasting this valley's dining hot spots, Hooked remains atop the list. Friendly, knowledgeable staff, a sushi-lovers go to place. The whole fish experience is where its at and worth every penny. The skilled chefs prepare creative and eye catching plates you cant help but photograph before devouring. Hooked. A place to check out.
We had been to Hooked before, but we're ...
We had been to Hooked before, but we're only given the option of sitting at the sushi bar; which for a party of 4 spread us out too much. It also, we now discovered, limited the food options. On this ocassion we sat at a table; and what a feast! You should definitely ask for the whole fish option. They take half for your appetizers, sushi roll, sashimi, ceviche, etc.; and the other half for your main course. Excellent!
They seemed a bit understaffed. Service ...
They seemed a bit understaffed. Service was pretty slow, but the food was great. The table we sat at was pretty small, and we got a bunch of apps and sushi rolls to share. We had no space for everything, so they brought a stool to extend our table space, but...people sit on those. I wasn't really into my food being put on a chair.
I HATE giving a bad review. BUT unfortu ...
I HATE giving a bad review. BUT unfortunately the night we went they were understaffed and underprepared. Everything from soup to appetizers to beverages to sushi was presented out of sequence and delayed. It took 45 minutes to receive first drinks. The food was ok/good. We ordered sushi, sashimi, edamame, miso, short rib appetizer. we did not order the whole fresh fish and am told that is the way to go. I would give it another chance. The rest of my family--No.
Hooked is our favorite restaurant in Bea ...
Hooked is our favorite restaurant in Beaver Creek, but this wasn't our best visit. We brought our family visiting from out of town, so we were a group of 6.
Food was great, but main issue was that we attempted to order the right amount of food for 6, and based on the style of ordering whole fish, we left it up to the server to decide proper sizes of 2 fish. Ultimately, it was just WAY too much for us (with 3 guys who eat EVERYTHING in SIGHT on most occasions!). We seriously couldn't finish 2 full dishes- and not so great to pack up raw fish (which oddly came out after the cooked preparations), so it went to waste. Price point was high for what we needed up eating (but let's face it, if you're in Beaver Creek, price point isn't of greatest concern =).
SO, don't make this mistake, but otherwise, enjoy, because they food is great and it's a cool change from other restaurants in the village.
Amazing! One restaurant in Beaver Creek ...
Amazing! One restaurant in Beaver Creek that should NOT be missed by any seafood lover visiting the Vail Valley. Get the whole fish - and let the kitchen choose how to prepare it (half raw, half cooked). We had a flounder for three and everything the chefs sent out was amazing. Five raw preparations, two seared app preparations, and three different cooked presentations. Every one was amazing, fabulous, wonderful. Trust the kitchen staff. They know their fish and will listen to your likes and dislikes and create special dishes just for you. Also - don't miss the cribster (seafood turducken: a lobster tail stuffed with shrimp stuffed with crab and then all wrapped in bacon). We'll be back next time we're in town.
I made a reservation for 3 which includ ...
I made a reservation for 3 which included a child. In the completely empty restaurant we were seated at a teeny table for 2. We asked for another table and were refused because of other reservations (again no other diners the entire time we are there.) Asked for a straw, waiter brought one bare handed and stuck it in my water , fingers grazed my beverage. Ridiculous experience where you are treated as if you should be honored to be granted access at all. Never going back, cannot say enough bad things about our experience.
I've been anxious to try Hooked for some ...
I've been anxious to try Hooked for some time and went specifically to try the Colorado stripped bass that is currently on special for restaurant week. The food was superb albeit a wee bit hard to eat as it was plated. What I didn't like at all was the service: we sat for over 5 minutes before being greeted and then were showered with attitude from there on. Although someone (manager, perhaps) came around and was quite pleasant, our server had an attitude that left me with a sour taste. Truth is, it's an attitude I see more and more and I don't like it one bit. Don't like serving? Then get a job doing something else. I've walked out of restaurants with no intention of returning because of it. Will have to ponder whether to return to Hooked since arrogant service doesn't pair well with delicious food.
The special ceviche appetizer with 3 lar ...
The special ceviche appetizer with 3 large prawns was great but mysteriously wasn't on the regular menu even though it was featured on the cover of a local food magazine. Sushi rolls were over -powered by a thick layer of spicy sauces, making them gooey and unappealing. Broccolini au gratin had a tasteless tomato sauce--not au gratin. Wine flights comprised of Portuguese whites sounded interesting but none of the six we had was outstanding and several were below average. Decor was very simple--like eating in a warehouse or storeroom. Very pricey--we left feeling like we were taken advantage of by a tourist trap.
Fantastic seafood!!! Best in the Valley ...
Fantastic seafood!!! Best in the Valley, bar none! Very small dining area, so be sure to have a reservation. They do whole fish, where they will do half of the fish cooked and the other half raw. Really amazing presentations. Huge sushi list, 3 kinds of edamame, etc..... You can't go wrong here if you enjoy fresh seafood. Wine list is also very accommodating as is the sommelier. Go and enjoy!!!!! Expensive, but worth it.
Unique venue with options for sushi, who ...
Unique venue with options for sushi, whole fish prepared 1-8 ways (depending on group size), or regular seafood options. One of the best for seafood lovers. Staff and Chefs extremely accommodating to allergies and food preferences. If you like to be "surprised", they will bring you their best suggestions for preparation which can be fun if you are adventurous.
Great location to Vilar, ice skating rink and overall to be "in" the village.
Very intimate: seats 40 tops, so reservations a must.
We had 630 reservation because we had sh ...
We had 630 reservation because we had show to see at 8. Assured we would be ok when we arrived at 620 entire table wasn't ready. 45 mins after our reservation we got our drink order. Food was expensive and we had 12 mins to finish meal
We sat at a table for two with a padded ...
We sat at a table for two with a padded bench with pillows. Sorry to say, it smelled musty on that bench. Probably would have been better seated at a table away from the cloth padding.
Service was good. We really enjoyed the New England clam chowder (tasty, thin broth, very nice and New England....not floury as some are.) We chose to have salmon rather than the flown-in daily fresh fish so I don't know the cost for the whole fish. They recommend making half the fish cooked and the other half raw (as in sushi.) Since we didn't want it, I never asked the price.
EVERYTHING was a la carte including bread ($8). Wine was a very small pour. Sides for the fish, all individual. The salmon was cooked properly, however, my blackened fish was very bland.
Overall, we weren't impressed and wouldn't go back again.
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