Luciano's Pizza and Wings reopens after disagreement with landlord

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Luciano's Pizza and Wings, which closed for five days last week after posting a lockout order on its door, is back in business. The Buffalo-style restaurant reopened over the weekend after what co-partner Paul Ferreri calls a minor remodeling and a disagreement with landlord Regas Christou, the Denver kingpin who owns many Broadway nightclubs and bars, including Bar Standard, Mo's and the Living Room, all of which surround Luciano's, located at 1043 Broadway.

And while the lockout order stated that Christou was allowed to change the locks at the restaurant, Ferreri says the issues with Christou have now been worked out and the restaurant will be running specials for the duration of the month. For more information, call 303-446-2424.

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