Moscow is a borough in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 2,009 at the 2016 census. It is located approximately 9 miles from Scranton and 25 miles from Honesdale.
Things to do in Moscow
4 based on 89 reviews
We failed to notice the sign above the entrance indicating this is one of those few establishments still not honoring credit cards for payment. If we had seen it, we'd have gone elsewhere. Our surprise created annoying moments for us at the diner-style check-out counter.
Our server, perhaps great at times, was over-whelmed by a larger party having a celebration of sorts, so our service suffered much.
On the other hand, here you get large portions of Italian comfort food, mostly well prepared and presented; plus fresh baked goods included with dinner. Just bring cash, your debit card or a check. And patience.
4.5 based on 283 reviews
A Little Pizza Heaven - Cozy Atomosphere
Decided to try this little place. What a surprise. Not only was it a great experience but the food was wonderful. They made room for us because all the tables were reserved. Owners and staff were extremely helpful and gracious. Great Italian food. Found a new place when we feel like eating Italian
4.5 based on 231 reviews
My husband and I stopped here for my birthday lunch. We had never heard of the restaurant but saw positive reviews. What a mistake.
Cheap, fried, bar food... No entrees available until after 4 pm.
So we ordered the shrimp & crab dip which was literally, white queso/cheddar Velveeta melted with a little Old Bay seasoning with the most laughably small shrimp scattered in it. It was truly nauseating. Someone need to Google a recipe for crab dip. Cream cheese, a little mayo, it's not complicated and this place has serious nerve passing off that garbage as acceptable.
The fried shrimp tasted like old cooking oil.
The place was loud, dark, and full of people who obviously don't know what good food is.
On the up side, the waitress was polite.
Other than that, disgusting.
My husband was apologizing to me about how awful it was - though it was not his fault.
We will never make that mistake again. Gross.
4 based on 155 reviews
Maybe they had an off night. The steaks were over cooked and super salty. There was gristle in the all the portions at the table. The sides were good. From a steak perspective, the Texas Roadhouse beats them hands down. The service was good.
5 based on 20 reviews
I recently stopped here when I was in the area for a friend's son's baseball game. The ice cream was delicious and the prices were very reasonable. They have a great menu that includes hard and soft ice cream, sundaes, and food too! Great little stop!
4.5 based on 15 reviews
The restaurant does not look like much from the outside and the inside is just as plain. It does have a counter and multiple tables with the run of the mill formica tables and banquet style chairs but the food and the service makes up for the lack of character. Food is fresh, handmade instead of emptied from a container and the service was friendly and fast. They seem to do a fair amount of take out business as well. Definitely
miles ahead of any fast food outlet - give them a try!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
The Y Not is always a good time and their bar food is very good. On weekends during the summer, expect large gatherings of bikes.
4 based on 3 reviews
This drive through gets a lot of business in the morning, but the crew seems to be able to handle it pretty well. Every now and then, there is a hiccup, but 99% of the time no issues. Food is your typical DD faire, the iced coffee we get is good. The crew members are pleasant!
4.5 based on 13 reviews
I love supporting local businesses and I love coming here with my family! They have great breakfast and are usually very festive during the holidays! Very cozy inside and the people are very friendly!
4 based on 132 reviews
The NEW Olde Brook Inn is simply amazing. From its looks and character to the menu and friendly staff, there is no other restaurant or bar in the area that compares. The completely renovated bar and restaurant has undergone an incredible transformation. You have to see it to believe it! As you enter through the beautiful wooden doors, you are greeted by a spectacular interior of beauty and unique details. Everything has been carefully and artistically designed. From the shiny copper bar ceiling to the distinctive light fixtures, the OBI is a place to behold.
The atmosphere and service get a 5. We ate at the bar and Joe did a great job taking care of us. Tuesday night is Buck a Shuck Night. $1 raw clams and oysters. This is why we went but also why they only deserve a 4 rating. I had never had oysters here before so I thought I would start with a small order. My three oysters were butchered by whoever shucked them and each one had pieces of shell in it. Otherwise, the rest of the meal was very good. The steamed clams were good. The Italian fennel spring rolls and the pappardelle Bolognese were very good. The Caprese salad was excellent. Definitely worth a repeat visit but there is no way I'll order the oysters again.
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