Jackacuda‘s owners have moved the popular local restaurant from HarborWalk Village to Emerald Coast Parkway and the former home of Cuvee Kitchen + WIne Bar.

DESTIN — Where there were two, now there's just one.


A local restaurant shuffle last week saw the owners of popular local restaurant Jackacuda's Seafood & Sushi leave their location at HarborWalk Village for a (sort of) new spot across town at 36120 Emerald Coast Parkway.


It's the same location as the recently-closed Cuvee Kitchen + Wine Bar, which was also owned by Jackacuda's owners Christopher Ruyan and Tyler Jarvis.


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Ruyan and Jarvis took over Cuvee at the beginning of 2017 after an extensive renovation and the restaurant focused on "elevated regional cuisine with a touch of southern influence."


Neither Ruyan or Jarvis responded to interview requests for this article, but the Jackacuda's Facebook page announced the restaurant was closing on Jan. 6 for "winter repairs and renovations" and the next post, on Jan. 16, announced the move to the former Cuvee location "due to unexpected construction delays."


The Facebook post set a goal of opening at the new location by the end of the month, which it did, welcoming customers back on Jan. 30.


Jackacuda's is open seven days a week, from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m.-10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, with a happy hour from 2 p.m.-6 p.m.