Showing posts from October, 2016

National Seafood Month At Backwater Jack's

October is National Seafood Month! At Lake of the Ozarks' favorite waterfront bar and grill , we have a large selection of different seafood options. Whether you are looking for appetizers to share or a delicious sandwich for yourself, Backwater Jack's has it all. Check out these tasty seafood treats you can enjoy on your next visit to the best waterfront bar and grill at the Lake of the Ozarks . Appetizers  Snow Crab Clusters - Nothing but the freshest snow crab clusters! Boiled hot and served with a tub of butter.  Colossal Crab Rangoon - Four oversized wontons stuffed with Jack's own crab cream cheese mix. Fried to a golden brown and served with our homemade apricot sauce.  Backwater's Buffalo Shrimp - Ten butterflied shrimp breaded and served with a side of Jack's hot sauce.  Raw Oysters on the Half Shell - Served with fresh- cut lemons and cocktail sauce.  Jack's Baked Nachos - A pile of tortilla chips topped with tomatoes, black olives and oni

6 Reason To Visit Backwater Jack's This Autumn

If you are looking for something fun to do during the off-season, you need to stop by Lake of the Ozarks' favorite waterfront bar and grill ! Autumn is a beautiful time to visit the Lake and the fun hasn't stopped at Backwater Jack's , so make sure you visit us for lunch or dinner! If you aren't convinced, check out these six reasons you need to visit the best waterfront bar and grill at the Lake of the Ozarks : 1. Grouper Fingers Share these delicious bite sized servings of our grouper filet with friends, or just keep them for yourself! This local favorite is our own version of a hand-bread filet that is coated in a secret honey breading and served with our raspberry tartar sauce. Depending on how hungry you are, enjoy a filet of grouper on a hoagie roll! This delicious fish can be grilled, blackened or fried.  2. Rum Runners & Pains This weather is making us miss summer! Enjoy our famous Rum Runners and Pains before autumn actually comes. Although

Celebrate The End Of The Season With The Best Shots At The Lake Of The Ozarks

Although the season is winding down, the party hasn't stopped at the Lake of the Ozarks' favorite waterfront bar and grill . We have the best drinks and shots around, so you are sure to have some fun before the season ends. From Vegas Bombs to Star-Bursts, we have your favorite shot to get your night started right. Check out some of our other favorites you can order during your next night out. PARTY SHOTS! Jager Bomb A traditional favorite made with Jagermeister liqueur and Red Bull. We can also make it with sugar-free Red Bull if you prefer.  Three Olives Bomb Choose between Three Olives Grapes, Three Olives Cherry or Three Olives Berry Vodka. We take your choice and mix it with Red Bull.  Star-Bursts Candy in the form of a shot? Yes, please! Pinnacle Raspberry Vodka, Pinnacle Blueberry Vodka, ABSOLUT Mandrin, ABSOLUT Citron and Red Bull.    B-zooka Joe This bomb is about to blow! This bomb shot is made with Limon Rum and Red Bull mixed together with Rose&#

Get Ready For Fall Harbor Hop!

The Fall Harbor Hop marks the end of the summer activities at the Lake of the Ozarks and celebrates a successful season. Lake of the Ozarks' favorite waterfront bar and grill is excited to be a part of the 2016 Fall Harbor Hop! From the best drinks at the Lake of the Ozarks to a fun day of poker out on the water, the Harbor Hop event is one of Backwater Jack's favorite events on the Lake.  Let's Play Some Poker! Harbor Hop allows boaters to play poker while hopping around to some Lake area businesses. If you want to participate in the Fall Harbor Hop, sign up at a dealer location and pay an optional $20 per hand. Hop around to six other locations to complete your hand. However, if you stay within one section, you can qualify for the bonus section prize. Just remember to have your seven-card hand done and turned into one of the dealer locations by 7:00 p.m. Players, however, have the option of purchasing an 8th card for $5.  What Are The Prizes? So wha