North Quarter restaurant Two Chefs Seafood Oyster Bar has closed

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Bernard Carmouche and Larry Sinabaldi of Two Chefs Seafood Oyster are no more. The two have dissolved their relationship, and so their North Quarter restaurant is closed, reports local food critic Scott Joseph.

Carmouche, the former culinary director of Emeril Lagasse's Orlando restaurants, told Joseph it was a "good divorce" and that he is currently in talks with a potential buyer for the Two Chefs space, located at 743 N. Magnolia Ave.



The two also partnered with the Beacon Hill Group and opened Muddy Waters in Thornton Park earlier this year. Carmouche says he will continue to operate the New Orleans-inspired restaurant.

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