Eat This!

Tavro Thirteen, the new restaurant by acclaimed Chef Terence Feury, is open today, Monday, October 22nd!

Considered one of the East Coast’s culinary pioneers, Feury has spent the past decade cooking. From the Michelin starred Le Bernardin in New York to Farenheit in DC and then on to Philadelphia to work at the Ritz Carlton Hotel. He helmed the kitchens at Striped Bass, and Fork, and was rightfully named “one of the region’s finest chefs” by Philadelphia Inquirer restaurant critic Craig Laban. Of course, being one of the most acclaimed seafood chefs in the country, the menu at Tavro Thirteen showcases Chef Feury’s deft hand with all that is aquatic. Chef Feury is also thrilled to showcase the incredible farms and produce of the area, making a menu that proves that there is more to New Jersey beyond the sea. The front of the house is in equally good hands with the addition of Anna Schneider as General Manager.

With its blend of big city finesse and neighborhood familiarity, Tavro Thirteen is positioned to become the centerpiece for fine dining in South Jersey. Whether stopping in for a drink with friends, enjoying live music in the lounge, having a romantic dinner, or hosting your next big party, Tavro Thirteen is dedicated to providing an incredible dining experience.

If you want to Tavro Thirteen is located at 1301 Kings Highway. The restaurant is open daily for dinner from 5 to 10:30 p.m. on weekdays and till 11:30 on weekends. Lunch will start in a few weeks and will be available daily from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.For reservations call 856.467.8413, log onto http://tavro13.com.

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