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“Amazing food, friendly service”
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Ranked #18 of 87 Restaurants in Beaver Creek
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $15 - $45
Cuisines: Seafood
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Good for: Families with children
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: Ice Skating Rink
Transit: Beaver Creek Shuttles (only in Beaver Creek)
Description: Hip and happening seafood restaurant with sushi bar and Market with s great daily hook up from 1:50pm to 5pm.
Reviewed October 15, 2013

We are staying in Beaver Creek Village and can't be happier with the offerings at "Hooked." From pork belly tacos to sushi, they have something you will LOVE. I had the most amazing Reuben sandwich of my life for lunch. There are so many interesting dishes to choose from--we will be returning several times so we can try them all. Well, not really all - because there are too many good ones.

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Thank Jeanette M
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Reviewed October 11, 2013

We spent a week in Beaver Creek and ate two dinners and one lunch at Hooked. The food is exceptional!
The owner, Riley, is a wizard with fish. He has fresh fish flown in from Japan and then the magic begins.
The menu is extensive and preparations run from simple to very sophisticated. Tonight we had Kampachi prepared six ways. To die for.
We will definitely return.

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1  Thank Mike F
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Reviewed October 9, 2013

We did not plan to go to Hooked. We had walked past it several times and it looks rather small and very casual. We were a group of five and one person wanted fish so we went for a late night dinner. The place was busy and lively. The staff was very accommodating for our special needs (one vegetarian in the group). The food was excellent and just perfect for a late dinner. There was a band to liven the evening during this off peak season. Very creative menu of fish dishes and sushi. Well worth a try and a pleasant surprise.

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Thank MMGTexas
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Reviewed September 5, 2013

Sometimes things just work out for the best. We had walked by Hooked many times and had a look at the menu but were never enticed, tonight we were heading for another restaurant which was closed for a private function, so we decided to give Hooked a try. Are we glad we did, everything we had was innovative and delicious. The service successfully walked the thin line of being attentive but not obtrusive, the salad was delicious and the entrees, King Crab Legs, Fish and Chips and the Crimpster were all superb! The side of Asparagus was as good as any we have enjoyed anywhere. This was not a cheap meal but it was a meal after which we did not regret one single cent of the cost. We will be back when we return to ski in January!

Thank johnandbabette
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Reviewed August 28, 2013

Although skeptical generally of sushi joints in Colorado ski resorts, we decided to give the newish "Hooked" a chance anyway. The ownership has figured out a formula to snag passersby: by pitching a really appealing nightly special deal on an outside blackboard. Combine that with a couple servers who welcomed the opportunity to explain in detail any questions we had about the menu. We chose the "date night" $59, 3-course dinner for two, which included a chowder, small salad or various 3-pc sushi rolls, followed by a brilliant whole red snapper preparation, & a small dessert. Other reviewers have also mentioned and lauded the chef's clever whole-fish entree prepared "two ways." And it really works! This chef/co-owner is on to something. Although there were several other "duo prep" options available for our red snapper, we committed to the chef's signature style: half the fish served shashimi style with a light, slightly tart soy-vinaigrette drizzle, and the other half deep-fried with a feathery, delicious green chimichurri garnish around the periphery of the plate. This presentation was better than beautiful. At least 10 hefty slices of super-fresh snapper sashimi graced one side of the plate, and the rest of the quick-fried snapper (head, tail, the works) curled itself around the other side of the plate. This makes for that sought-after crunchy exterior and delicate, tender fish meat on the inside. I appreciated that the server instructed us carefully and cheerfully to dig around, uncover and chow down on the sweet "fish cheeks" meat. Well, we finessed that job, leaving nary a shred of fish meat on the fanned out bones. What a treat to observe, admire and then enthusiastically rip into this luscious entree treat. And at that price, we will probably be back again during our 2-week vacation here in Beaver Creek. I certainly hope "Hooked" succeeds where others have not in this odd-shaped little restaurant space. My only question about the restaurant had to do with the many TVs (8?) playing at least 3-4 different channels, mostly sports-oriented fare... What do those distracting devices have to do with a sushi establishment's identity? Maybe for a sports bar or grill, but a sushi spot. Even on a quiet summer evening with only about half the tables full, the silent but visually strobing TVs and the sound-system's music fare added a somewhat chaotic element to the restaurant's vibe. Bag the TVs, and keep the focus on the excellent, clever fish preparations.

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Thank mcdeux
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