Buffet reasonably priced at $20 adult and $14 kids. Very small, but buffet was fresh an service was great.
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Visited VB the week of 8/22/12. Decided to try this place since we could walk to it from our motel. I had my doubts when I walked in and saw the place and it didn't leave when I took a walk over to the "buffet"...More
People out there, please check reviews if available before visiting restaurants The best part of this particular one is the outside and that is exactly where I would advise you to stay.
I tried Seafood Harbor on a whim and regret it. To keep this short and sweet, here is a list of the positives and negatives. Positive - the crab legs were really good. Negatives - a server chased her toddler son around the restaurant for...More
For $29.00 I expect more on the buffet than Crab Legs and poorly cooked, flavorless fish! I tried the Clam Chower and after the first spoon I pushed it away, absolutely horable. The Clams and Shrip were over cooked. The salad bar is nothing to...More
I recommend drinking heavily if you plan on eating here. That is the only way this food is palatable. Let's put it this way, the best thing on the seafood buffet is the watermelon and the mac n cheese.
Our visit was the week of July 4th. This was not our first visit to be sure, but it will be our last. It's a buffet, tho you can order from the menu, so it goes without saying that the food is not 5 star....More
This is just an average buffet! Nothing special, the selection is limited! The Buffet is $20.99 without the crab legs and $29.99 with the crab legs. If you don't get the crab legs then you won't have very much else to eat. I had the...More
The buffet looks great crab legs are an additional $8, it's not only that they were cold they had the nastiest taste. Crabs, not even cocktail sauce or butter could help the shrimp, I was afraid to try the soups (clam chowder and lobster bisque)...More