Terence Feury, David Katz team up on Tavro 13
TERENCE FEURY can't stop staring at the spot. Most people would be unable to make out the thing, an off-white smudge the size of a fingernail on a rippled red-and-black chair in Tavro 13, his 2-week-old restaurant in 374-year-old Swedesboro, N.J. But Feury, who's always had a rep as a hands-on guy, sees it, and it's bugging him. He begins wiping it away gently as he talks guinea hens and Jersey peppers with David Katz, a fellow chef and friend who's also found himself a position in Tavro 13's kitchen.
After successful stints at Le Bernardin, the Ritz-Carlton and Striped Bass and, more recently, a 3 1/2-year run at Old City's Fork, Feury's left the urban hustle behind, shooting down I-295 to small-town South Jersey