Our last few visits to Baywood Greens were the first in almost 8 years. Our experiences back then were, in terms of service, lackluster at best. Baywood Greens went through a reorganization in the food service department, and I began to get emails that things were different. Well, after two visits (one incognito and one not-quite-so), I have to tell you that things might – or might not – improved in both the service and food departments. Responses to this article via email and as posted comments seem to indicate that there might still be issues with consistency. And, as an aside, that’s too bad. A more beautiful venue for a restaurant you would be hard pressed to find. But when you have to chase down a server (many are adept at avoiding eye contact), or walk to the bar to get service because a server is engaged in a personal conversation… that’s not a good thing.
That being said, I want to dispel the general impression that Baywood Greens is not open to the public. It certainly is, and the crowd there on our most recent Thursday night visit definitely attested to that fact. We are planning our third review visit, but in the meantime take a look at the gallery for some of the dishes we have had so far. Everything has been good in the food dept., and on our last visit, our server (I think her name was Caitlin) was exceptional.
Baywood Greens is about 10 minutes west of Coastal Highway on Rt. 24 before you get to Long Neck Road. Take a look at the restaurant section of their website here.