Voted "Best of Westchester" among other things, the Muscoot Inn is a small restaurant/bar in a ramshackle building behind a 50's-style King Kone ice cream place. There's a local's bar at one end with sports on the TV, room for perhaps 30 diners, and crayons on the tables. The menu is mostly Italian and seafood with hearty portions (although the vegetable side is small), but it's the ambiance that makes the place great.
Favorite Dish: Chicken parm sandwich (if memory serves). But the ravioli (recently) was very nice, and the pasta with mushroom sauce got good reviews.