Table Talk: Constantine Kalandranis of The Greekish in Harrison and Nyack
The Hudson Valley is a community of food lovers. More than foodies, the residents of the region are those who live and breathe food and its journey from seed to plate. They're just as passionate about the farm-to-table movement as they are about the individuals who power it, nurture it, and allow it to grow. Across the region, local food lovers are chefs, farmers, and restaurateurs. They're also business owners, brewers, and winemakers. They're just as much born-and-bred Hudson Valleyites as they are newcomers to the region. Above all, they're the movers and shakers who make the Hudson Valley's food scene so rich and so unforgettable.
To celebrate these local food leaders, we invite you to tune into Valley Table Talk, our exclusive video series with the region's artisans, chefs, entrepreneurs, and makers. Follow along with us on The Valley Table and @valleytable on Instagram as we share previews and announce upcoming guests.
Episode 4: Constantine Kalandranis
Born into a Greek-American family in Yonkers, Constantine Kalandranis fell in love with cooking early in his youth. After getting his start working in a pizzeria at age 14, he pursued a formal education at The Culinary Institute of America. Upon graduating, Kalandranis cut his teeth at notable institutions like Gotham Bar & Grill, The Tasting Room, and Anthos prior to making his move to the Hudson Valley. Today, Kalandranis is the chef-owner of The Greekish in Harrison and Nyack. Formerly 273 Kitchen and 8 North Broadway, his restaurants are known for their fresh, local flavors and inventive takes on Greek cuisine. Watch his exclusive interview with Publisher Mike Martinelli below, or listen to the audio on our podcast.