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Seasalt & Pepper Amicably Settles Disputes; Co-Owner to Open New Restaurant

After a tornado of lawsuits, bad news and cringe-worthy rumors that went on for months, Miami River's glitzy Seasalt & Pepper has somehow come out of the storm nearly unscathed. The Daily Business Review writes that the legal battle between owner Stephane Dupoux and partner Carlos Miranda has "reportedly been settled for more than six figures," and "amicably" at that, according to Miranda. However, their heaping dose of lawsuits has only diminished. DBR notes that two other lawsuits are still in effect, but doesn't disclose much else.

Miranda, who will remain in charge of operations at Seasalt & Pepper, is, per DBR, opening a new "Mediterranean and tapas eatery called the Modern Garden." Stay tuned for more and do send intel via the eagerly-awaiting tipline.

*A previous version of this article mistakenly stated that Miranda was no longer involved with the restaurant.

· Seasalt and Pepper Control Settled. Find Out Who Will Run the Popular Restaurant [DBR]

· All Coverage of Seasalt & Pepper [EMIA]



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