As of May 2012, what was previously the Muscoot Inn, the Muscoot Diner, the Muscoot Restaurant and the Little Brauhaus, is now the Muscoot Tavern. The name has changed, the floors have been leveled and a brand new kitchen has been installed, but you can rest assure that the food still tastes just as good, if not better then before. The new owners of Muscoot are Ann-Margaret Wagner and the owner of Eduardo’s Restaurant in Mt. Kisco, Eddie Lubic. After purchasing the business from the former owner, Reka Souwapawong, Eddie and Ann-Margaret performed a long overdue renovation, in which they also re-painted floor to ceiling, inside and out, remodeled the bathrooms, extended the ceilings, fixed the A/C and added a small, private dining area.
We want to welcome our new Chef Anthony Terzano. Chef Anthony is a first generation Italian American. His parents coming from the “Abbruzzo Region” of Italy on the Adriatic coast. His passion for cooking developed as a child on his many visits. His love of Seafood and knowledge of “Farm-to-Table” started at a very young age. Chef Anthony has over 25 years’ experience cooking; and has also 3 years’ experience with South East Asian Cuisine. While he served in the Marine Corps, based in Okinawa, Japan. He has catered parties for heads of state, well known artists, and musicians, but most of all, his passion resonates with how grateful he feels about his craft allowing him to develop long lasting interpersonal relationships with a wide variety of people; and now he is here at The Muscoot Tavern; with a gregarious, personality, and a willingness to accommodate one and all.