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Patrick Feury says he's out of Maia

The chef, who opened the complex in Villanova with his brother Terence, says he's working full time now at Nectar.

Patrick Feury says he's out of Maia

Now there are no Feurys working at Maia.

Chef Patrick Feury, who opened Maia in Villanova with his brother Terence and a few other partners, says he's working full time now at Nectar, the high-style pan-Asian in Berwyn, where he also has an ownership interest. Terence Feury left Maia two months ago to become chef at Fork in Old City. The brothers still have financial ties to Maia.

Maia closed its upstairs room recently, and has brought in a new chef, around whom the upstairs room will be reconceptualized.

Meanwhile, Patrick Feury has brought Lindsay Criscuolo from Maia to Nectar as its new pastry chef. She attended the French Culinary Institute in New York City and then opened Bar Boulud in NYC as a pastry cook.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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