After many years this restaurant that was a favorite to many is closed. It was thought to have been sold to a developer but the deal fell through at the last minute. The log cabin structure is for sale.
1 - 10 of 243 reviews
Norman's Landing was good, but the land became too valuable for the owner to ignore. So it's had its farewell tour and is closed.
While Norman's Landing was a great place to eat for many years, they decided the were at a point in their lives to close the doors and move on. No reports on whether it will reopen, possibly with another owner and name. Thanks Norman's Landing...More
I went here with others at least 4 times throughout the years (I didn't pick the place; it was a work thing or a group thing.), but I was disappointed every time. I thought that you could get better food at a better price elsewhere....More
They always had great service and food, but the restaurant is now closed. The owner has retired and was mentioned in our local paper.
It was good while it lasted. Unfortunately it is now closed. If you are interested in buying the log cabin that it was located in, I understand it is for sale. So don't go here now, it is closed.
It's a shame that old Institutions don't last forever... Norman's Landing after 40 years is gone now. Food was decent... and the family experience was great.... as julie Andrews would say... So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye
We had dinner at Normans Landing for the second time in two months. The fare was fantastic. Two of our party had Blackened Grouper, one had Baby Back Ribs and one had Tilapia. The atmosphere was electric, the service excellent, and the price was right....More