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Reviewed December 18, 2019 via mobile

Visited for the first time. Hostess was friendly and welcoming, waitress was excellent, and the food was delicious! Wide variety of food and drink options in a beautifully and tastefully restored building.

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed December 12, 2019

We were told that if was a hit or miss on service and quality of food by others who had gone here. We were fortunate that we had a good waitress and the food came out hot and tasty. We all had burgers and they...were cooked to order. The fries were good. Love the interior decorations with all the wood. Would come back when in the area.More

Date of visit: December 2019
TheTavernatJacks, Owner at The Tavern at Jack's Neck, responded to this reviewResponded December 13, 2019

We are delighted that you enjoyed your burgers! We work hard to give good food and service. Thank you for your review.

Reviewed December 1, 2019

Our server at dinner was right on the money... attentive, efficient and never overbearing. Our orders were taken quickly and the food arrived hot and delicious! Highly recommended!!

Date of visit: November 2019
TheTavernatJacks, Manager at The Tavern at Jack's Neck, responded to this reviewResponded December 2, 2019

Thank you Doug!

Reviewed November 11, 2019

Apparently, they were very busy with bear hunting season. Diner took an hour. The food had potential, but the hamburger bun was cold, the Oyster Rockefeller was under-cooked, and the rib-eye steak(supposedly grilled) was pink to the edge of the meat. Another ward, the primary...method of cooking was not grilling which yielded a tasteless steak. The fries were really good. The meal was unimpressive and took forever, but it was bear season.More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed October 8, 2019

We went to Spoon River the first night and it was wonderful but expensive so we wanted to pay less our 2nd night in town. This was recommended by family and proved tasty and well priced with a pleasant waitress and good food. Yes go...there. And if you wonder why the water is in the street and you have to step around it, know this: all water around Belhaven exists in the streets. The level is high in the rivers and sound. When high tide comes, some of the streets get water than leaves when the tide subsides.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed August 19, 2019

We were in town just to eat and so happy we chose The Tavern at Jackk's Neck. The food was excellent, the atmosphere was inviting and the staff was so helpful and pleasant.

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed August 18, 2019

I had a great time in Belhaven, eating here. Lively bar scene, good food, warm welcome. It’s THE place to be in Belhaven on. A Sundaynight!

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed July 10, 2019

We have dined here twice. The food was delicious, the service great and the decor is lovely. I definitely recommend this place.

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed July 2, 2019 via mobile

Good food. Service can be slow. Good family place. Ambiance is like an upscale sports bar. Prices fair. Pizza and burgers are best.

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed May 4, 2019 via mobile

We first ate here in January while waiting for our boat to be fixed. We happened to try it on Wednesday night which was seafood night. The crab imperial stuffed rock was perfect with baked potato and asparagus as sides. The asparagus was plump, tender...and tasty. The rib eye was tender, cooked to medium with a baked sweet potato. And asparagus. The rolls were hot, tasted like home made and they were served with real butter patties. It was winter so they were steady to capCity.busy but certainly not full Our second visit was in April for Prime Rib Night. This was a full to capacity, need reservations night. Somehow, we walked in and were seated almost immediately. We asked for end cuts and the waitress ask the kitchen to hold the last one for us. Cooked to medium, both portions were excellent with enough left over for sandwiches at home the next day. The baked potatoes and broccoli were cooked to perfection. Again the rolls and butter were hot and delicious. Our third experience was a little difference. We knew that Prime Rib Night at the Tavern was popular and we like the end cut so we looked up their hours on line to see about going early. We arrived at five after five and were welcomed and seated promptly. We ordered our meals with our drinks. The waitress radioed back to the kitchen tosa e two end cuts, finished taking our order, brought our drinks and rolls. We observed people being told that it was an hour wait which did not seem to make sense as one other couple were the first to arrive. Then parties of, six, ten,four,two all walked in with reservations. In just a few minutes the house was full and people were waiting for that hour. The salad came early and was basic iceberg lettuce, two cucumber slices, some tomatoes and a couple of onion slices. Both the balsamic and blue cheese dressings were excellent. Dinner arrived. The first end cut was wonderful, cooked to order with broccoli cooked to soft as ordered and a lackluster baked potato. The second end cut was half the size of the first and was not an end cut and as over cooked to well done. When taken back, the waitress said, “Oh, it is an end cut, but for some reason the cook cut a slice off before giving the end cut to you.” The lack luster twice baked potato was probably frozen out of a box, just not what was expected from our previous visits. This waitress was the same one we have had each time we visited the Tavern. She has always been pleasant, attentive and everything one could want for a waitress. Her unconcern comment about the end cut was surprising. Otherwise, she continued to get high marks for a competent server. Each time we visited the bill has been between eighty and ninety dollars including tip. This is a little pricy but certainly the quality of the meal is worth it to us.More

Date of visit: May 2019
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