Three Bucks County Pizza Hut Restaurants Suddenly Close
A few Pizza Hut locations in Bucks County have appeared to suddenly close in recent weeks, and we're not totally sure when/if any of the locations will re-open.
LevittownNow.com was the first publication to report that the restaurants in Falls Township and Middletown had closed over the past few weeks.
A post from the Fairless Hills store shared to Facebook said that Pizza Hut restaurants in Bucks, Berks, and Philadelphia counties are "temporarily closed due to change of ownership difficulties." The Facebook messages says "we are hoping ti will be up and running within 3-6 weeks," but it's not clear what it will take for the restaurants to open their doors once again.
The location on Plaza Blvd in Falls Township closed a few weeks ago, and the Oxford Valley Road restaurant closed this week, the website reports. Additionally, the take-out store in Middletown also closed this month, LevittownNow.com reports.
94.5 PST has reached out to Pizza Hut's corporate offices for a comment, but our request for was not immediately returned.
LevittownNow.com, meanwhile, has additional insights on the industry posted in their coverage.