Hidden at the corner of Route 100 and 35, tucked along the tree line, sits a small, oddly shaped red house that is notorious for it's crooked walls, "Cheers-like" atmosphere and mouth watering thin-crust pizza. The Muscoot Tavern, established at an unkown date sometime prior to 1925, has changed hands many times over the years, but what remains constant is its legacy as a great local hangout.
Muscoots gallery of images help tell our story and depict the welcoming environment and rustic atmosphere that has kept our customers returning for years...
““Had a really nice time here with the family for mother's day. The place was packed as you can imagine and seating was pretty tight but the staff and kitchen didn't miss a beat. I was worried when we arrived that we'd have to wait even though we had a res for 8. Luckily our table was ready which was ideal given we had elderly and young children…”
P.C, Yorktown, NY
“This place is exactly what it needs to be. Simply special. Established in the 1920s structure itself is historical and cool. Cozy. Love it. Awesome home made pastas, pizzas, entrees, and apps. The food is comforting and delicious just like the atmosphere…”
Jennifer, Manhattan, NY
“…The place was full and the waitress super sweet. We got calamari as an app and the braised ribs and spaghetti--both entrees were delicious. We will def be returning”.
Nina, Bronx, NY
“DUCK WHEN YOU ENTER! Enter at your own risk into the oldest restaurant in Somers located at the intersection of "Where am I" and "How did I get here?" This old house (possibly a former garage or perhaps just and old school restaurant) has existed AND survived its surrounding businesses for over 30 years, but don't let this book be judged by its dilapidated book cover because the dishes have been perfected over the years...”
Marc, Yorktown Heights, NY
“… We loved the low door you have to bend to get through and the old wood stove. It felt like we had gone back in time to the funky roadhouse it must have been in the flapper era…”
Gary, Croton-on-Hudson, NY
“… The clam chowder was scrumptious. Great flavor. The crabcake appetizer was delicious and filling! A little salty but good flavor and not fishy like some tend to be.
I tried the zucchini noodles and had them in their vodka sauce which was very tasty!!...”
Giannabrie, Charlotte, NC