Greek Restaurants Participating in Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, Nov. 9-22

November 12, 2020

NEW YORK – Hudson Valley Restaurant Week takes place November 9-22 this year with special three-course, prix-fixe meals at participating restaurants in the region.

Options for reservations, delivery, and takeout are available, with $25.95 lunches and $35.95 dinners per person, not including beverage, tax or gratuity, some exclusions apply.

Greek restaurants are, of course, among the participating eateries, including MP Taverna – Irvington, which is now offering socially distanced dining inside. The restaurant requires that all guests dining indoors wear a mask or face covering when not eating or drinking. All reservations are for indoor dining only. Additionally, MP Taverna is offering outdoor dining under their MP Patio Tent or in the MP Open Air Corral. All outdoor seating is on a first come – first serve basis. Delivery and take-out are also available.

MP Taverna, Chef Michael Psilakis’ modern interpretation of a traditional Greek tavern, is an exciting staple in the Westchester dining scene, located steps from the Metro North Railroad and a stone’s throw from the Hudson River. Open for lunch and dinner, MP Taverna’s accessible, Greek-inspired menu brings Psilakis’ Greek fare into the American culinary lexicon and is another step towards the chef’s goal of putting Greek cuisine on the culinary main stage. More information is available online: https://www.mptaverna.com/ and by phone: 914-231-7854.

The Greekish, 8 North Broadway in Nyack, is the new meze and ouzo bar by award-winning Chef Constantine Kalandranis. Meze – the Greek version of tapas – is a collection of savory small dishes; they can be warm or cold and include vegetables, cheeses, dips, seafood, pita bread, and more. The menu is a celebration of just that, allowing guests to get a little taste of everything… At an affordable cost. The menu is a celebration of the seasons and inspired by locally-sourced ingredients wherever possible. Chef Constantine doesn’t take any shortcuts— the pita program, dips, and dressings are all made daily in-house. To complete the meze concept, the bar program at The Greekish showcases the versatility of ouzo. The wine collection showcases the next generation in Greek winemaking with hand-picked selections to accompany the flavorful dishes. More information is available online: https://thegreekish.com/ and by phone: 845-353-1200.

The Greekish Harrison, 273 Halstead Avenue in Harrison, offers a Socially Distant Patio and Inside Dining available (up to 10 people per reservation); Takeout ordering to go from the new Kitchen Window; or a contactless curbside pickup for one of their daily changing Family Meals (feeds four). The Greekish continues to offer locally-sourced ingredients from their intimate Mediterranean style open-kitchen in Harrison, minutes from White Plains. Their ingredients are from Westchester farms located in Croton on Hudson, Yorktown Heights, Mount Kisco, even Queens, NY, and Long Island.

Their new contact free e-menu changes daily. Vegetarian dishes, gluten-free options, and adjustments for most food allergies are also available. Italian, American, Spanish, and French wines are available as well as Greek and local craft beers. Unique cocktails are prepared with local Hudson Valley Bourbons, Westchester Rye, New York Whiskey, local Vodka, Brooklyn Gin and Montauk Rum (even some spirits hail from Port Chester, Mamaroneck, and Sound Shore, too). More information is available online: https://thegreekish.com/ and by phone: 914-732-3333.

Telly's Taverna-Port Chester, 108 Abendroth Avenue in Port Chester, offers authentic Greek cuisine prepared using recipes directly from their family cookbooks. Everything is made to order and they use the freshest produce, fish, and meats available. In fact, patrons can even see how fresh the seafood is, as they have it on display. Favorites such as grilled octopus, fresh Greek salad, saganaki, taramosalata, skordalia, and whole fish including snapper, sea bass, and spearings. Grilled lamb chops, rib-eye steaks, chicken souvlaki, spiced burgers, salmon, and swordfish are also on the menu.

The full bar is stocked with wine, beer, and premium liquors. Enjoy a beautiful evening on the patio or relax in the cozy dining room. More information is available online: https://www.tellystaverna.com/ and by phone: 914-939-3333.

The complete list of eateries participating in Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is available online: https://www.valleytable.com/hvrw/restaurants.


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