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The Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal shares Michael Psilakis’ tips for group cooking. Psilakis says, “Food can be a vehicle for creating memories, a catalyst for bringing people together.”

Westchester Magazine: A Greek Star Is Born

Michael Psilakis in Westchester Magazine

Thank you Westchester Magazine for awarding MP Taverna with an “outstanding” 4 out of 4 stars! ” The “MP” in MP Taverna doesn’t stand for “Mostly Perfect,” but it might as well.”

New York Times Review

New York Times Article

“Don’t Miss” The New York Times’ review of MP Taverna in Irvington!
The paper is right, there is “nothing quite like MP Taverna” and the restaurant was awarded its highest rating!

Westchester Magazine Cover

Westchester Magazine

Pick up the most recent issue of Westchester Magazine to read about Westchester County’s best new restaurants.
Chef Michael Psilakis is on the cover and MP Taverna in Irvington was rated Westchester’s #1 Best New Restaurant of 2012!

Woodbury Magazine

Woodbury Magazine

Wall Street Journal: Rock of Lamb

Wall Street Journal

“From special cuts to exotic spices, these takes on the tender, flavorful meat
have more than a leg to stand on”

Recipe as featured in the Wall Street Journal
March 30th, 2012

Westchester Magazine

MP Taverna in Westchester Magazine

Michael Psilakis’ new Irvington location of MP Taverna was featured in Westchester Magazine.
See the entire article here.

Westchester Magazine

Michael Psilakis' MP Taverna in Westchester Magazine

Michael Psilakis’ new Irvington location of MP Taverna was featured in Westchester Magazine.
See the entire article here.

The Journal News

The Journal News

As featured in The Journal News

SUNDAY LIFE
Sunday, May 6th, 2012

Virtual Gourmet

Virtual Gourmet Newsletter

The Village of Irvington, named after the area’s most beloved writer, Washington Irving, who lived nearby at Sunnyside, has a quaint river town charm, history–it once had its own opera house and was home of America’s first female millionaire, Vera Lewaro–and fine, varied architecture. Sleepy is the word often applied to these Hudson Valley villages, and Irvington is a quiet spot, now enlivened by MP Taverna, which occupies a site that has seen a few restaurants come and go in recent years.