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.
Seafood, American, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 8ish 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, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Smoking Area, Takeout, 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
I ordered a glass of sauvignon blanc thi ...
I ordered a glass of sauvignon blanc thinking it would be reasonably priced. My fault. I wish the server would have told me it was $12/glass!! Then I ordered a 2nd. So I paid $24 for 2 glasses of wine.
In addition, they have several non-client friendly rules. 1. Bread is not provided unless you ask. 2. Happy hour prices are good only at the bar, not at the table.
Add the above concerns to the very high noise level--my group will not be returning.
Was in Va Beach for annual beach vacatio ...
Was in Va Beach for annual beach vacation and needed/wanted a place with an intriguing menu but also kid-friendly. The Landing delivered in spades. I had the Filet Oscar (sous vide to med rare) and my wife had the tuna tacos. We considered our meal at The Landing one of the top 2 best meals in 6 yrs since we've been at Va Beach.
Just a really enjoyable experience that I highly recommend.
We enjoyed a lovely brunch for Father's ...
We enjoyed a lovely brunch for Father's Day. We had heard so much about the Bloody Mary Bar but they did not have it which was a bit of a disappointment. As always the atmosphere and service was superb. The food was delicious and reasonably priced. The presentation and portion size of entrees was nice but definitely lacked the wow factor that their dinner menu has. Tater tots?!
I mean tater tots are good especially for the kids but honestly I expected some well executed home fries for the grown ups. I had the tenderloin Benedict which was delicious and beautifully presented.
We tried The Landing for the first time ...
We tried The Landing for the first time last night and were not very impressed. I made my reservation via Open Table and included in my reservation that we were there to celebrate our 29th wedding anniversary. Not once during our visit was that acknowledged. When we arrived, we were led to a table that was clearly a four top table that was slid apart (not very far) to make two smaller tables. There was already a couple sat at the other "table." The other "table" that we were led to had a wall to one side. So, not only was we to share our anniversary with another couple that we did not know, but we had to sit in a corner! There were four EMPTY high top tables in the bar area, so we requested to sit there.
The bartender had to be our server, which I would have understood had we actually sat at the bar. It took him way too long to come over to us - at least 7-8 minutes. Our appetizer took a good 20 minutes and our meal took at least 15 minutes, if not longer, after were were done with the appetizer.
The food quality was good and it was hot, but the service level was sub par at best.
We will not be going back.
Friends spoke highly of the place. This ...
Friends spoke highly of the place. This was our first visit and we weren't disappointed. Oysters Rockefeller, wedge salad and scallops; I couldn't have been more pleased. Nancy got the Shrimp Alfredo and it was exceptional as well. Our wait staff Howard could not have been more delightful and personable. We are going back Sunday for Father's Day brunch, if that is any indication.
We have eaten here at least 6 times but on Fri.night 6/10 we were very disappointed with the food. Our salads( came without dressing and the tuna app was bland. Although cooked to the correct temp inside it was an ugly gray color on the outside, not browned or flavorful.
I love salt but the scallop app was way over salted.
My wife and I had the she-crab soup, cr ...
My wife and I had the she-crab soup, crab dip, steamed snow crab legs, shrimp dinner, key lime pie, and crème brulee. Everything was high quality and came out relatively fast. Our only complaint was the lighting seemed a bit low for us which made it difficult to see the food or menu. We'll definitely be back!
Nice Mothers Day brunch
We had a reservation for 5 people for Mothers Day brunch. We were promptly seated, and our server was great. I had the special mimosa that was delicious and the shrimp and grits were outstanding. I had my young children with me and there was a nice kids menu and crayons. Makes dining out at a nice place easier- thanks!
Food Cooked to Perfection
The food was perfectly cooked ( I had Duck my son had seafood). the seasoning and wonderful. I the price was right. the Waitress outstanding. I loved it and will go back
many more times. It is in a nice quaint area and could be very romantic. I guarantee you will love it. I then sat out side and enjoyed the view!!.
Service was amazing, and the quality of ...
Service was amazing, and the quality of the food ingredients seemed to be good, the food just wasn't prepared very well. Scallops and shrimp were overcooked. I asked for flounder blackened and it was served with normal seasonings. The only thing that seemed to be less than fresh were the mussels in my husbands seafood stew. Seafood stew was a special and ended up costing $34/ bowl. I guess we should have asked for pricing on the specials . . . I do not recommend sitting at the tables along the wall with the cushions hanging from bars. Seats were too low and xtremely uncomfortsble. I would leave before I say in on again.
Oysters Rockefeller Rocked!
The Oysters Rockefeller were the best I've had anywhere. Food, from wedge salad to crab stuffed flounder, potatoes, Brussels sprouts and bread was delicious. We especially liked our server, but, unfortunately, cannot remember her name. I wasn't thrilled with the 1st glass of Chardonnay--which was good but too fruity-crisp for my tastes. So, without my asking, she brought a taste of the more buttery brand and, when I liked it, replaced my previous glass with this. Her timing was great, interactions just frequent & friendly enough, and she was knowledgeable about everything from gin & single malt scotch cocktails onward.
This restaurant is quite a gem. The outside of the building is very cute and relaxing with the rocking chairs and the lake with water fountain. We made reservations for restaurant week and picked the landing due to the variety of the menu and having three courses of food vs a appetizer, main course and dessert. The two courses we had before dinner were amazing and a decent size. We were just about stuffed by the time dinner came. My husband order the crab stuffed flounder which was awesome. I also ordered a whiskey with a splash of lime and grenade and was made perfect, which is a first. Despite the place being busy our waitress was very nice, attentive and on point with service. We will definitely return here especially when it gets warmer.
There were several large groups the day ...
There were several large groups the day we went for lunch so it was noisy. Our waiter was attentive to our needs. We were not rushed with our meal and they waited until we had finished each course before bringing out the next. I made the mistake of not requesting a table when we booked; the booth was a snug fit.
All in all though we enjoyed the experience.
This was my first time going to The Landing. I made a reservation at 8:00 through Open Table not knowing that they closed at 8:00 on Sundays. We arrived at 8:10 and they accommodated us. They said they accepted our reservation since it was the first time we had ever dined there. We were already off to a good start. The menu was fun and different. We eat out and there were a lot of good entrees to chose from. We ordered the Sante Fe oysters appetizers which was delicious and I will definitely go back for. For entrees we had the Filet Mignon and Crabcakes. They were both delicious! The atmosphere was great and we look forward to going back for cocktails at the bar and dinner. Our kids were with us and they loved it too.
The food was good the server was just do ...
The food was good the server was just doing her job. The rockfish special was announced but it wasn't until I saw the bill did I see a price of $35. I think that if most of the entree's are in the teens, you have an obligation to mention the price of a special when it's twice the average cost of everything else.
Overall, If I wanted to pay $170 for dinner on a Sunday night for 4 I'd go to a place with better service, in a setting that didn't look like a beach pub.
We went before Valentine's Day but apparently they did the pre fix menu all weekend. Had no idea and didn't know how expensive it was. It took about 15 minutes for someone to greet us at our table. The charcuterie board was a little disappointing. A burnt piece of bread with 2 cubes of cheese. Other than that the food was amazing and we will go back again just not for a holiday meal. The she crab soup was to die for.
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