With Norfolk's long-time standing as a classical music mecca in the summers, and more recent achievement as a place to hear popular music of all kinds year round, it's almost necessary that there be restaurants there. I've been to Wood Creek only once, so this review is less than comprehensive.
First off, be prepared to hike to the restaurant, assuming you can find a parking spot at all. Norfolk has been an upscale community for a couple of centuries, and there hasn't been the kind of downtown urban renewal that yields expansive (or even adequate) parking for the music venues, or, by definition, for the restaurants.
Plan on a reservation at Wood Creek after the theater next door starts its evening performance -- particularly if you are in a group, as we were in our group of eight. Reservations for a group this large were not possible until 7:30 PM.
The decor was attractive, in keeping with the turn of the (20th) century image that Norfolk generally has. The noise level wasn't particularly high -- conversation was easy.
The wine by the glass is in generous portions, and from the comments in our group, quite adequate.
Generally people seemed happy with the food, although in the group I was with, conversation has always been the highlight of the evening. I heard no negatives about the food at any rate. I had the seafood Fra Diavolo, and it was nicely sauced, with a good quantity of firm and tasty mussels, some calimari that avoided being rubbery, and some shrimp that were just a touch on the rubbery side. The sauce was not overpowering -- it fit the dish quite well. The linguini was overcooked and mushy -- probably prepared for the pre-theater diners and kept around for the late shift -- and it would have been nice if there had been just a bit more of it (I think this is the first time I've ever wanted more pasta rather than less). The diners nearest me both had the Cobb salad and seemed pleased enough with it, but didn't comment. Further down the table people seemed to be more interested in the fish specials, for which the place is known, and again I heard no negatives from them.
I'd go back.