YUCA to remain open after landlord says its lease is up

Posted on Blog April 28, 2015


YUCA, Young Urban Cuban-American, is an upscale Cuban restaurant located at the bustling 501 Lincoln Road. The landowner, J. Berens & Sons Development Corp., claims the lease for YUCA should have ended April 30th, 2015 just days after their 20th anniversary of doing business in one of Miami’s busiest tourist destinations. YUCA’s restaurant owner, Janet Suarez, says the landlord is violating a verbal contract that should allow her business to stay open at its current location until 2020.

Robert Zarco of Zarco, Einhorn, Salkowski & Brito P.A. is representing YUCA on the case, and believes that until a jury makes a decision regarding YUCA’s future, the business will resume as usual.

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