The Continental Shopping Plaza has lost another eatery in a space known for its unexpected vacancies after Carne y Vino shut down earlier this month.
A hand-written sign still hung on the front door Friday afternoon: “Sorry for the inconvenience. We are closed.”
Kathleen Mapelsden, assistant property manager at Continental Shopping Plaza, said owner Juan Herrera Sr. dropped by her office to say he was struggling financially about a week before Carne y Vino shuttered. He did not indicate he was thinking of closing shop.
Read the entire Green Valley News and Sun article here. Originally published July 18, 2018.