Sunday, August 26, 2018

Photo: Pizza Hut on 30th Birthday

I usually don't go to Pizza Hut often, but on my 30th birthday (like my 29th) we ate inside for my birthday dinner. It was only until I learned recently that some parts of the country don't have sit-down Pizza Huts, a lot of them are just take-out like Papa-Johns or something like that. That being said, there's never a huge crowd when we go. I see more people come in to pick up a carry-out pizza(s).  

15 comments:

  1. Happy Birthday. Looks like good pizza. I like their pizza most times.

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  2. We had a pizza hut right next door in Palm Springs. Dangerous!

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  3. Best wishes on many more great birthdays. I love pizza from there as well.

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  4. The pizza hut here is just like that too. Mostly people come just for take out.
    I like the dessert pizza's they have at lunch time too.

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  5. Our Pizza Hut is a sit down one, never thought about that. Happy Birthday again!

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  6. Adam, We used to have a very big dine in Pizza Hut...now it's carry out only, in a small store front building. Glad you got to have some delicious pizza with your sweetheart. You should celebrate your birthday for at least a week. LOL. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  7. All our Pizza Huts in Canada are sit-down restaurants. I like going there for a big feed of chicken wings. They make nice wings.

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    1. I don't eat meat (hence the cheese pan pizza) but Daisy loves her wings. Her first question at a pizza place is "do they have wings?"

      And rarely do they only serve pizza, took many places forever, but they realized they could cater to people more often if they expanded the menu.

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  8. I love sit down Pizza Huts!!! You're right though, they aren't everywhere.

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  9. One of my favorite birthdays was eating a small pizza while binge watching 5 movies on video.

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  10. Ah! Where would you ALL be without us Italians...
    ooooops! Sorry Sicilians...
    An often recounted story holds that on 11 June 1889,
    to honour the Queen consort of Italy, Margherita of
    Savoy, the Neapolitan pizzamaker Raffaele Esposito
    created the "Pizza Margherita", a pizza garnished
    with tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil, to represent
    the national colours of Italy as on the Italian flag...
    (So There)...! :o).

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  11. We haven't been to a Pizza Hut in years!

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  12. I find Pizza Hut hit and miss. The one where I live is attached to the bowling alley so you can have pizza and beer while you bowl!

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  13. All of our sit downs closed. We just have carry out now.

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  14. Lovely picture of the two of you …

    All the best Jan

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