There is an architectural legacy to Pizza Hut that you don’t really notice until you see a new business that moves in and doesn’t change a thing about the building. I feel like every town has a building in disguise that used to be a pizza hut but goes through numerous changes over time.
Honestly, why wouldn’t a business owner use a former Pizza Hut to set up shop? Its iconic hut roof is impossible to miss and it becomes an easy way for people to recognize it. The 90s-era nostalgia factor alone would make me curious about what they did to the inside of the building.
It can’t be an important business though. It has to be a restaurant or something food-related. I don’t know if I would trust a dentist that can’t afford a nicer office.
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