DENVER — The City of Denver shut down the original Quiznos restaurant at 1275 N. Grant St. for non-payment of taxes, according to notices posted on the restaurant’s front door.
First opened in 1981, the restaurant’s street sign still notes “The first location … 1981.”
Signs posted on the door show the owner is behind $12,341 in sales taxes, and another showing $812 due for an occupational privilege tax.
The restaurant’s owner is listed as Dominik Mendoza, who apparently owns several Quiznos locations including a recently redesigned one in Hobbs, New Mexico, under the company name CF Lifestyles Investments LLC.
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