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About The Landing @ West Neck
The Landing @ West Neck highlights locally sourced ingredients with an upscale casual atmosphere. Our Cuisine is inspired by fresh locally sourced products with an emphasis on seafood but with enough variety for everyone. We offer local craft beers and our cocktail menu highlights crafted cocktails with some traditional classics done right.
Virginia Beach, VA 23456
Seafood, American, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday-Monday: 4:00pm - 8:00 pm
Brunch: Sunday: 10:00am - 2:00pm
George Mason Dr.
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
www.hightidecatering.com The Landing is the home of High Tide Catering and is the foundation of our restaurant. We cater all types of events. 757-301-9607
Parking along the front of the building with spots available all around the building.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Tuesday July 19th 2016 we will host a "Washington Wine Dinner" The menu will consist of Pacific Northwest inspired cuisine and ingredients paired with wines form Washington State. The cost for this dinner will be $90.00 per person before tax and gratuity. Please call for more information or to make your reservation for this dinner.
The Landing @ West Neck Ratings and Reviews
A group of friends and I visited during restaurant week as they had multiple options that looked good. We were seated at our reservation time. It took a little while for our waitress to come over and even bring water, but after that she was attentive and helpful- answering our questions about different food and beverage options. There was great music playing! The signature drinks are good if you like "real drinks" and not the sweet stuff. The crab cakes, key lime pie, and s'more were all great. Overall I would definitely go back.
We visited The Landing during VB's 2017 restaurant week and course 1 was the worst, course 2 was okay and course 3 was average. The she crab soup was flavorless and dull. It tasted like watered down heavy cream with chunks of lump crab sitting on the bottom of the bowl. I couldn't eat it. It needed flavoring and sherry, it was terrible. For the 2nd course, the lamb was bland and sitting on top a pile of pureed sweet potato. Not to be rude, but it reminded me of baby food. The chicken and macaroni wasn't bad, the chicken was moist and the macaroni was average. I didn't care for the collard greens, however. The key lime pie was standard and the s'mores dessert was not rich enough, it was dull and I didn't take a second bite even though I love chocolate. Even though the ambiance was nice and the service was good, I would never recommend this place to friends. We spent way too much money on bad food and should have went elsewhere. It was disappointing.
I had pleasant experience at the landing. I ordered the west nick wings and the seafood platter both were really good. I like that the food was hot when it got to our table and we didn't have to wait long. The only negative with my experience is that I did have to wait fifteen minutes to be seated even with a reservation.
We have been here several times. Food is usually a wow but I rated it lower this time. Crab cake dinner was not as good as I have had it the past. My entree was not hot when served. More like lukewarm. Since we were there for a birthday, I did not want to make a big deal out of it, plus one of our guests unfortunately was not feeling well.
Wife and I went there for our Anniversary dinner. The food and value was outstanding. We also received a "Happy Anniversary Card" that was signed by all the cooks. We agreed that was above our expectations and rather nice gesture. The only thing I would suggest is the lighting is very dim and very hard to read the menu. There is also some Christmas decorations still wrapped around the ceiling rafters -- which is confusing of the identity they are seeking. Unless they are seeking that "Christmas" feel.
We made reservations for a busy Friday night (thank goodness, they were turning people away). Ordered a great glass of wine and a beer per our servers recommendations. The special appetizer was a skewered salmon on a bed of crispy spinach. There just aren't words...it was insane. My husband ordered the filet oscar, just beautiful, cooked perfectly and tasted amazing. I ordered a chef's special. Homemade chanterelle mushroom and Boursin cheese ravioli (WHAT!) and scallops perfectly seared and seated on a bed of garlic sautéed spinach. I could have licked the plate. Incredible doesn't describe it! I noticed many diners happily eating the same, and realized on the way out that it was no longer on the specials board. My thanks to the chef...that was the best meal I've had in a very long time!
The food was very good but the house red wine was awful--oxidized. Must have been a very cheap bottle. The replacement glass must have come from the same bottle, it was the same way. The filet was exceptional but the overall meal was greatly diminished by the wine.
Went there for New Years Eve, and the food and service were both outstanding despite the fact that it was very busy. She crab soup was excellent, and all the food, from the nicely presented crab and lobster cocktail with a hint of lemon, to the precisely cooked filet oscar (steak with huge lumps of fresh crab), to the meticulously executed shoestring onion fries piled atop a baked acorn squash, showed an unusual level of care and attention to detail. I'll go back.
I was with a group of 10 last night for Christmas Eve dinner. The restaurant was packed yet the service and food were AMAZING! We had everything from Filet, Stuffed Flounder, Mahi and the Lamb to kids meals, appetizers and desserts. Thank you for being open and doing such a great job and making our Christmas Eve with friends special. We have bounced from restaurant to restaurant for years looking for the perfect place but I believe we've found a Christmas Eve tradition.
Nice, classy and clean. Service was good and food was good with a variety of dishes to choose from. Extensive wine list and beers available on draft. Cocktails were good, but a little pricey. Only complaint was our position in a little 2-seater table right next to the kitchen with neighboring patrons a little too close for my comfort.
Very high noise level. Conversation nearly impossible.
Vegetables were cooked with lots of Garlic. My dinner partner does not like Garlic so passed on the veggies only to find her entree was also prepared with garlic.
The manager tried to please us by comping her meal and giving us a gift card.
Unfortunately first impressions are important and lasting. We have no compelling reason to return.
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