Kisco River proprietor, Bobby Epstein, who grew up in nearby Bedford, N.Y., started in the restaurant industry 21 years ago when he purchased a small hotel and fine dining restaurant on the tropical island of Bimini, Bahamas. It was there that he honed his love for fresh seafood when the local fisherman pulled up to the restaurant's dock with their catch of day.
After 16 years in the Bahamas, and never shying away from a new challenge, Bobby moved back to his hometown of Bedford and opened Social on 6 Restaurant in Mahopac. After building that restaurant up, he was told that the legendary Muscoot Tavern in Katonah was for sale.
Having frequented the Muscoot as a child, he jumped on the opportunity and purchased the Muscoot where he knew that he could build on his passion for providing patrons with high quality seafood delivered fresh each day along with other locally sourced ingredients.
Building on his culinary successes and his passion for great food, Bobby opened the Kisco River Eatery, named after the nearby Kisco river, where Bobby fished as a young boy.
This new restaurant has been completely redesigned and transformed into an elegant, intimate dining space that has quickly become a local favorite for fine dining and the place to gather with friends and family.
Bobby's vision and passion for fresh, interesting food, served in a friendly envi- ronment at attractive prices make him a wonderful patriarch of the Kisco River Eatery.
Kisco River Eatery is open every day for a relaxed dining experience