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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
The Landing @ West Neck Ratings and Reviews
Food was delicious and perfectly prepared. Our waiter, Chris was great and made great suggestions. The hostess was a mess. We had reservations and were shuttled around three times because our table wasnt ready. After telling us we could go the bar, she came back and told us we couldnt sit at a table next to the bar, then several minutes later told me that our table was ready and while I paid the bartender, she came back and over explained why she couldn't give us the table after all. Another several minutes and she finally seated us a half hour after our reservation. Again, food was amazing and we will be back. Just not on a holiday.
At booking I was asked to provide a credit card to hold my reservation since it was for Valentine's Day, which I didn't have a problem with. My problem was being told after I had given them my credit card number that if I cancelled it was a 150.00 cancellation fee and there was a preset 4 course meal, but the menu was not provided. First I ordered a Malibu and pineapple juice, they were out of rum. For my first course I ordered the she crab soup, it was too thick for my liking, I told the waiter I didn't like it, he picked up my bowl, headed to the kitchen, came out of the kitchen and walked pass me numerous of times without saying a word. My friend finally called him and asked if I could get a salad in place of the soup, he said he would ask his manager. I guess he said yes because they brought me a salad, which was good. My second course was fried shrimp, that was good. I was happy to see lamb chops on the menu for the third course, but that was sold out and it's only 6:30, so I ordered the steak. We sat there for 30 minutes waiting on our food while people who had came after us had their food. So I called the waiter and asked about our order and he said it was coming out. Then he comes back and tells us the kitchen had lost our ticket, and offered us a drink while we waited. My food came out cold, so I told him to just bag it up to go. My friend had the duck, I wish I had taken a picture of it, he said it tasted like it came out of a can. For the fourth course I had the cheese cake to go, which I didn't like at all, my friend had a brownie which he said was ok. We were there for 2 hours and not once did our waiter offer to fill our water glasses. He was very engaging to the tables beside us. We left there and went to Dairy Queen and had chilli dogs, best meal of the night. So basically we wasted our time and 200.00. I would never go to the Landing again.
Overall a great experience! The appetizer took a while to be served and the waitress seemed busy. However, she was very knowledgeable and very nice. The food was great and the bourbon and wine lists were impressive. We will definitely come back and bring friends.
Awful brunch. I went to the restaurant after it was recommended by a friend. We were so disappointed. We ordered steak bites and pork belly tacos for appetizers. The steak bites were unimpressive - no char on the outside...just grey meat. The tacos on the other hand were very good. We had 3 salads ordered and one seafood omelette. One salad was to come without dressing and the other without dressing or croutons. Both came with dressing and croutons. That wouldn't be so bad, but the salads were doused in dressing. The chicken on the caesar was so salty it made you cringe. The 3rd salad was ok. The omelette was nothing exciting and lacked flavor, although the tator tots that came with it were very good. Overall I was VERY disappointed considering I heard such good things. Perhaps dinner is better?? Based on this experience though, I won't be going back and neither will our friends.
Everything was excellent. Good variety on the menu, lots of choices. I had the fried green tomatoes which were a little harder than I would have liked, but they are not in season either. The salmon was very good and the risotto that came with the salmon was outstanding.
I have been waiting to eat there for quite some time and I finally had the opportunity. I was not disappointed. The food and service were top notch. I enjoyed the quiet atmosphere. The food is a little pricey but the quantity and quality were worth it. Maybe not a place I would eat everyday but definitely a great place to go for a special occasion.
First time visiting for dinner,the food was excellent esp. the Oyster Rockefeller! Probably the best I have ever had! I suggest they need to update the menu price for the oysters to be more accurate. I just wanted one as the menu suggest 2.50 per price. But the waiter stated there was a 4 oyster rockerfellar minumiun. Would be better that they mention that on the menu as $10 not 2.50 a piece. A little misleading. The freshest, local seafood was outstanding. Enjoyed the salmon which was crispy on top, a little overcooked inside but overall the flavor was yummy! Our server was prompt and very up to date on drink recommendations. Great service overall! Highly recommend the fabulous home made desserts too! We enjoyed a hefty size portion of the peach & whiskey bread pudding to split. More than enough to share. The only negative experience was after we had made reservations, when we arrived on time, we were told to wait for a table to be cleaned while waiting in a tight entrance and other customers were seated before us that came after we arrived. Not a great first impression but Overall I highly recommend due to our server and the food and will come back.
The Landing is always good. It's a favorite of ours now. However, the food this visit wasn't as good as we've come to know or expect. If the bar wasn't so high there, we would have been fine with it. But, the bar is high there...a little disappointed this time.
This was my first visit to The Landing and it will not be my last. First of all, I can't speak for the other servers, but Kirk was awesome! He has this wonderful demeanor, very knowledgeable and most of all, experience. I didn't catch his name but the head server who told us everything on the charcuterie board was very helpful and even though we weren't his table, he came back to ask how we were enjoying the cheese and meats. The atmosphere is upscale casual and the tables are far enough apart not to feel crowded. We started with the charcuterie board and it's one of the best I've ever had. From presentation to taste and textures, it touched every part of my senses. My friend had the lamb shank and she loved it. She liked the fact they put potatoes with it (not something too fancy - it was perfect for such a luxurious protein) and it felt like upscale comfort food. I had the sweet potato crusted salmon and it was wonderfully cooked (I left that to chef's recommendation) and the parmesan risotto was amazing!
I could have made a meal out of the starters. An entire page of those plus an abundance of proteins, etc. The wine list was also quite extensive. If I had one knock on our evening, it was the dessert selection. With so many well thought out main courses and starters, the 5 selections of desserts were uninspired. The only thing with any exotic flair or personal touch was the Peach Whisky bread pudding. Everything else was just... well, simple and what you can find at any other restaurant. I would have expected a place with such an amazing menu to develop more. At least one dessert with berries or any fruit (not in a bread pudding) for that matter. Bananas Foster isn't seen around here that much and would have fit in nicely.
One last note. When I left my credit card at the restaurant they made sure to secure it for me and were so helpful when I went back in to get it!
The food (flavor and presentation) was awesome and the ambience perfect for celebrating my Dad’s 75th birthday. The staff was exceptional and the added touch of a signed birthday card wonderful. I definitely will visit again when in the area and recommend this restaurant to others.
My husband and I really like The Landing and chose to go there for Christmas Eve. My sister and brother in law joined us, as they were visiting from out of town. My BIL ordered their special that night, the 40 day aged steak, medium rare. It came out much rarer than he prefers but he tried to eat it nonetheless, knowing steak is never as good when it goes back for extra cooking time. Unfortunately he was very disappointed and ended up only eating half. We mentioned his dissatisfaction to the waitress (who was great, by the way) and the owner chose to comp half the price which was kind, and surprising. My sister got the sweet potato crusted salmon and enjoyed it very much. However, unfortunately several hours after getting home she became violently ill, which inevitably ruined her Christmas. It was pretty bad... Very unfortunate. Luckily my husband and I fared much better with him getting the duck and myself getting the fried chicken dish. My husband helped me with the collards that come with the fried chicken as he loves collards and stated they were the best he's had. Very good! I was excited they have Creme Brulee and I wanted to get some but we were too full after the crab dip appetizer, salads, and entrees... plus our little one was being fussy. Overall the experience ended up being poor for my sister and BIL but our experience was good. We'll come back again in the future for another social occasion I'm sure. We definitely won't be bringing my sister and BIL back though!
As always, the food and service are way above par...whether it's a Caesar and fried shrimp app to 3 courses and Creme Brulee, no one's ever disappointed with the choice.
The only thing we find ourselves saying, especially after bringing a large group as our guests, is that it would be awfully nice to find a bottle of wine under $30. on the menu.
My wife & I celebrated our anniversary with a really lovely meal at The Landing. A card was waiting for us at the table when we arrived, signed by the staff, and it set the tone for the night. Our server Larry was outstanding. He was knowledgeable, friendly, and the meal was perfectly timed.
Local craft beers on tap, chargrilled oysters (I fell in love with these in New Orleans, and the only difference between these guys and Acme is the oyster itself), perfectly pan-seared halibut and a peach whisky bread pudding dessert left me fat and happy. My wife enjoyed the she crab soup and a crab cake entree with an incredible slice of chocolate cake for dessert.
There wasn’t a wrong note in the meal. Sides consisted of local veggies and the freshness absolutely came across. I highly recommend The Landing and will be sure to choose it again. Thank you to the chef and staff for an outstanding experience.
Excellent food--do not miss the she-crab soup! The flounder, shrimp, and filet oscar are done well. A special request was acted upon with no issues. When we arrived, there was a birthday card signed by the staff waiting for my dad at the table. Waitstaff was attentive and did an excellent job meeting our needs while also taking care of a HUGE table of 20 next to us. The food was worth the wait. Definitely make reservation for weekends. If you have a member of your party who is hard of hearing, the restaurant is very loud, so either charge their batteries or be prepared to speak very loudly.
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