Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Moosic, Pennsylvania, United States. Moosic is a borough in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, six miles (9 km) south of Downtown Scranton and 13 miles (21 km) northeast of Downtown Wilkes-Barre on the Lackawanna River.
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4 based on 18 reviews
Excellent food - try the turkey Reuben or the mango habanero wings. Good beer selection and the service is great. Lots of TVs and they'll put on whatever game you want. Pool table, juke box, and entertainment on the weekends. Smoking is allowed inside.
4 based on 719 reviews
Owned and operated by the Cooper family since 1948 Coopers has become a landmark in Scranton PA. More than just a restaurant think about us as an interesting dining tour experience, once you are here youâll enjoy everything: the menu, the staff, the decor
I was on my way to a 'Friday the 13th' event in New Jersey, and decided to make a 'The Office' side trip along the way. I'm not even a 'The Office' super fan (I have not seen all the episodes), but I was thrilled with this gift shop. My favourite item was the Kevin Malone fridge magnets.The atmosphere of this restaurant was 'delightfully cheesy,' just as it was portrayed on the TV show. I cannot speak to the food, as I was only there for the gift shop. While in the area, you can also visit the 'Pennsylvania Paper & Supply Company,' the original Dunder Mifflin, and pick yourself up a free poster.Dear Product of Canada, Thanks for that nice review! Coopers is glad you enjoyed your visit with us and next time your passing through Scranton stop in for some great seafood too. Remember "Ain't no party like a Scranton party cause a Scranton party don't stop" Sincerely, Paul Cooper
4 based on 179 reviews
We continue to believe that the Sambucca Grille remains one of the best finds in the downtown Scranton area. We first visited over 4 years ago, and had the opportunity to go back again this weekend. The cavatelli salsiccia was my favorite - served with mixed peppers and sundries tomatoes. Our table also enjoyed fresh Carbonara, and the Penne alla vodka. Coffee and dessert was a nice way to end the perfect special dinner for our family. Recommended again!
3 based on 51 reviews
Food & Fire is dedicated to offering 1) world-class SERVICE, 2) high-quality FOOD, 3) great DRINKS, and 4) a fun ATMOSPHERE. Authentic barbecue dining with 48 draft beers in Moosic, PA. Craft beers, slow-cooked BBQ offerings, including smoked brisket, pul
The drink specials were great. Bar staff was pretty inattentive. Lots of talking amongst themselves and not making sure patrons glasses are always full.Food was average at best. Had to share a photo of their "grilled" vegetables... They were slimy, flavorless, and certainly not grilled by any definition of the word.Probably won't return for anything but a beer.Thank you for taking the time to review our restaurant. We truly appreciate all feedback. There is no excuse for inattentive service and for that I am embarrassed and sorry we allowed that to happen, especially when we have some nice drink specials going on. I hope you can make it in again some time to grab a nice cold beer from our draft list. When you do please ask for Chris, i'd love to recommend some foods that you might like and would pair nicely with your beverage. Thank you again for the feedback.
3 based on 193 reviews
We ate here mainly because it was close to our hotel. The food sounded good after a day of travel. I had a beer, which they brew, that was good. The waiter was polite and pleasant. The best menu item we ordered was the adult grilled cheese. The stuffed shells were good as was the pizza. It was a nice spot for a family to eat.
4 based on 55 reviews
My wife was working long hours recently. We decided to order take-out for convenience. My wife and daughter voted for Salerno's Pizza despite my disagreement. We have had their pizza and it is just not good, in my opinion, at least for everybody. This is a niche style pizza. If you like hard crust, burnt cheese and little to no sauce, then THIS is the place for you. I have said to my family previously I did not care for their pizza, but I lost again. Well I was SO RIGHT this time, my wife opened the box and shook her head in disgust, took two pieces, finished one and then asked if anyone wanted anymore of "THIS". I forced two pieces, my daughter one, which she shared crust with the dog and my wife proceeded to throw the rest out. The old saying is "Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on ME." There WILL BE NO THIRD TIME! There are too many quality pizza shops in the area and I will no longer pay for substandard food being passed off as fit for human consumption. As I said, if YOU like it....God Bless and enjoy, but never another cent of my money spent here.
4 based on 251 reviews
POSH At The Scranton Club is a full service restaurant and Event facility located in beautiful downtown Scranton in what was formerly a private club. Opened to the public for the first time in the building's history, POSH offers classic American cuisine i
We stopped on a whim...The service was good...very friendly, but professional...there when needed, invisible when not. The dining room was upscale...Corking fee was a very reasonable $25.Our meals were very good...beef tenderloins were tender and delicious. My in-laws had salmon, perfectly prepared (rare), while my son had grilled chees AND a 5 napkin hamburger.Desserts were great and the coffee outstanding...Definitely reasonable: $250 for the meal (5), corking fee and tip.We plan on going for dinner soon.If you are in Scranton, worth the visit. If youâre just passing through, worth the stop.
4 based on 36 reviews
Passed by this restaurant many times and finally stopped to celebrate a friend's birthday,So happy, had excellent meals and service! Shrimp Scampi and Chicken Francese were so good! Also homemade desserts to finish off a fine meal! I eat out often, will be back!
4 based on 120 reviews
Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar of Montage is a local organic restaurant that features a farm to table menu served in an upscale casual atmosphere. Every three months, we update our menu to celebrate the new flavors that accompany the change in seasons.
I had a terrific piece of halibut at Harvest the other night. I'm usually hesitant to order fish when traveling inland but this item caught my eye. It was delicious! Flaky and cooked just right. My friend and I also had a flatbread as an appetizer which I asked for as gluten free- it was tomatoes, mozarella and basil and very flavorful. We each had sangria beverages and were very disappointed- no alcohol in them regardless of the menu and waiter said! Mine was a mint flavored sangria and tasted like club soda with a hint of mint. My friend had a peach sangria that smelled more peach like than it tasted. We complained to our waiter but he kind of blew us off. The drinks were VERY expensive to not have any alcohol in them. Dessert was a delight! I got the chocolate salted mouse like creation and it was decadent and delicious. My friend got the key lime which she said was too tart. All in all we enjoyed our visit but would NEVER order a cocktail again.We are so sorry about your cocktail and service - it is in no way our standard. We will absolutely be addressing this with our entire team, and do appreciate your insights and feedback. Thank you so much for your time - we hope you will dine with us again in the future. Have a great day! - Melissa ZirolliSocial Media Director
4 based on 84 reviews
We have gotten take out a few times from Tipsy Turtle. Their prices are a bit high. I was also upset that we were charged for take out containers. I felt we were nickel and dimed. Dinner specials are only applicable for dining in, which isnât fair to those of us with multiple small children who canât easily dine out. The food is good, but nothing fabulous.
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