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Hard Rock Cafe settles feud with Denver Pavilions landlord

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Hard Rock Cafe settles feud with Denver Pavilions landlord

At Hard Rock Cafe in downtown Denver, the band plays on.

Earlier this month, the Florida-based chain of rock ’n’ roll-themed restaurants settled a lawsuit it filed against its Denver landlord in January in an effort to get out of its lease.

At the time the lawsuit was filed, the restaurant within Denver Pavilions along the 16th Street Mall had been closed for nearly 11 months since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. The eatery reopened in June, about 15 months after closing, according to its Facebook page.

As is typical, specifics of the settlement are not outlined in court documents.

Hard Rock operates in 11,736 square feet, which it has leased since 1996.

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