When the Landing first opened, it was good. Restaurants, shops,etc Went downhill several years ago. No reason to go there now.
The Landing has been a controversial place here since it opened in the 1980's. It's always failed to live up to expectations, despite a gorgeous location in downtown Jacksonville. There are a few restaurants to choose from (none of them any good) and some bars and a small number of stores. Locals avoid this place like the plague as there's... 更多
WE were staying at the Omni Hotel next door and took in their the Food Truck Festival at Jacksonville Landing one day and had diner there another night Intresting place and lots of stuff going on including music.
The place is very run down and most establishments have closed. If you like tranquility for a run or power walking it’s a perfect spot, or better yet a romantic walk along the river at sunset. We did find an awesome Irish pub/restaurant along the river walk that I give a 5stars for food and services.
I went there for Memorial Day weekend, so it was extremely packed. I still had a great time with the family. We took a water taxi to the other side of the Landing and it was wonderful
We may have read that there is a process underway to develop a vision and plan for this destination- better late than never. It is now mostly closed shops or tenants who likely got a charitable discount on the rent to fill space that would otherwise have been empty. Downtown Jacksonville seems to be without an identity and this locale... 更多
Working downtown, i only find myself here to eat lunch during the heat of the summer due to the proximity of the Landing to my building. Some of the places to eat are decent, but overall the Landing is a dump. It has so much potential, but for some reason has only gotten worse over the past 10 years.