In the 1960s and ’70s, Pizza Hut expanded across the country and the world, in their distinctive buildings each with an oddly-shaped roof and trapezoidal windows. In the 21st century, the franchise moved away from those red-roofed huts and into more modern spaces as new locations opened and others moved. The buildings with the unique roofs remained, and were sold. Now you can see all kinds of businesses that were obviously once Pizza Huts, but are now dentist offices, clinics, bars, restaurants, offices, and even homes and churches! See a roundup of the different type of recycled Pizza Hut buildings at Digg, and even more in the subreddit FormerPizzaHuts.
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