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Terence Feury's Tavro 13 Open in New Jersey

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Tavro 13 recently opened with Feury at the helm.
Tavro 13 recently opened with Feury at the helm.
Photo: Terence Feury

Chef Terence Feury has just opened the doors of his newest restaurant, Tavro 13, in Swedesboro, NJ. Feury, who most recently worked the pans at Fork, has returned to his native New Jersey to open his restaurant in the 250-year-old structure at 1301 Kings Highway. The building was previously known as the Old Swedes Inn, and was in operation for nearly 25 years before Gus Tzitzifas took the helm with Feury in the kitchen.

Feury is bringing his signature style creative take on big ticket proteins to Swedesboro like the double-cut lamb chop and arctic char, and a long list of small bites that includes yellowtail, scallops, and veal carpaccio. The bar program features eight drafts, signature cocktails, and a deep wine list devised by Philly's most-opinionated chef-at-large David Katz.

Tavro13

· Tavro 13 [Official]

Tavro 13

1301 Kings Highway, Swedesboro, NJ

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