Pizza Hut is an American restaurant chain and international franchise. It also offers a wide variety of pizza including pasta, baffa, wings, breads, and garlic bread.
Pizza Hut is associated with Yum Brands, Inc. (the world's largest restaurant company). It also has about 34,000 restaurants, including delivery/carry-out locations, and kitsch in 100 countries.
It is currently located in the north of Dallas, Texas, Addison. The current building is leased out in 1995, and the lease ends in late 2010 when Pizza Hut will move its headquarters to the Legacy Office Park in Plano next door.
The concept and form
Pizza Hut is divided into different types of restaurants. Early family-style dine-in centers, store front delivery and carry-out centers, and they appear in the form of hybrid centers with carry-out, delivery, and dine-in options. Many full-size Pizza Hut centers offer "Lunch as Buffy" with "Pizza, Salad, Bread Sticks, and a Special Pasta" as well as pizza hut which has many other business intentions which are exclusive from the store type. Pizza Hut "Bistro" centers are "red roofs" Providing menus and also includes some high quality options.
Traditionally, Pizza Hut is more popular than a variety of foodstuffs, with the unique atmosphere it provides. The most popular "Red Roof" Pizza Hut centers are widely seen across the United States. Similarly, they also appear in a small amount in Britain and Australia. Most of these kind centers provide Delivery/Carryout services. This type of building style was common in the 1960s and 1970s. Currently, the term "Red Roof" has a long period of time, with many centers having brown roofs. These centers have been closed with Red Roof or rearranged. In the 1980s, the company entered the Fast Food "Express" model, along with delivery/carryout, and other successful versions.
Finally, "Pizza Hut Express" and "The Hut" centers became fast food restaurants. These centers provide a limited menu with many products not found in traditional pizza huts. These types of shops are often grouped together with sister brands in the center of the US center. This type of pizza hut centers, along with brands such as Wing Street, KFC or Taco Bell, can be seen in college campuses, food courts, theme parks, and Target stores.
Pizza Hut was founded in 1958. Don and Frank Karney brothers set up their home in Wichita, Kansas. The brothers, who thought that a friend's suggestion to launch a pizza parlor, would have been able to borrow $600 from their mother to start a business with partner John Bender. They rented a small building at 503 south Bluff in Downtown Wichita, and bought some old equipment for the preparation of pizzas, thus bringing the first "Pizza Hut" restaurant together with the Karin brothers and benders. On the inauguration day, the pizzas were given to everyone as a way to increase the passion for the pizza. On the other hand, they have chosen the name "Pizza Hut" as the only sign that they bought is only nine characters. The opening of the first franchise unit in Topeka, Kansas in 1959 began to open additional restaurants with Pizza Hut. The first ever Pizza Hut building was also moved to Wichita State University campus.
Don and Frank Carney decided that they could achieve a good reputation. Carney's brothers, Wichita architect Richard D. Contacted Bourke. He provided the shape of a four-way sloping cup of pizza special to the pizza hut. The carné brothers thought that this kind of construction could survive the competition posed by the already shakey pizza on the west coast. The franchise network began to grow steadily through friends and business entities, making it easier for customers to find pizza huts in 1964, with a distinct standardized building structure, and layout for stores owned by Franchise, Company.
With the spread of 314 stores by 1972, the Pizza Hut on the New York Stock Exchange under stock ticker code was set to be the NYSE: PIZ. PepsiCo acquired Pizza Hut in 1978. PepsiCo also acquired KFC and Taco Bell for several years. In 1997, the three restaurant chains merged into the Tricon, as well as joining Long John Silver in 2001 and A&W restaurants became brands. The oldest pizza hut center still in the world is in Manhattan, Kansas. The Pizza Hut sales are located near Kansas State University in the town of Taverton, known as Aggievilleville.
Pizza hut products, such as "stuffed crust" pizza, are filled with mozzarella cheese around the outer edge. "Hand-tossed" is more like a traditional pizzeria crust. "Tin'En Crispy" is a thin, crusty dough. This is the true form of pizza hut. "Dippin 'stripes pizza" is a pizza made of small pieces, which is sometimes dipped into a variety of sauces, and in "The Edge Pizza" filled with toppings to the edge of the pizza. Pizza Hut's pancake was not as thick as pizza, but also a crust in the past, rather than thin, as its thin crust. This crust is used in full house XL pizza. However, it was stopped in 2007.
Pizza Hut is constantly experimenting with new kind of products. At the same time, it will stop making less successful ones. The two-foot-length pizza, one of the most popular, one-step pizza, includes a 16-inch Big New Yorker, Chicago Dish Pizza and Sicilian Pizzas made with sweet sauce. Sicily pizza was later introduced in 2006 as the Lasagna Pizza. Other products introduced by Pizza Hut "P'Zone" are the calzone transformation of Pizza Hut. Cheesy Bites Pizza is similar to a stupid crust pizza. However, the crust contains 28 pieces and they are separately. Insider pizza is filled with a layer of cheese between two layers of bread. Deep pizza, another product introduced for a limited time, consists of double the toppings and 50% more cheese. The top edge of the pizza is wrapped around the dough to hold the toppings on the pizza. Prijazzo in 1985 Pizza Hut introduced a new product. This Italian type of two-crust resembles a deep-dish pizza. Other types of products such as Priajzo Milano are made from a combination of Italian sausage, pepperoni, beep, fork pieces, mozzarella, and cheddar cheese. Prijazzo Florentine is made up of a mixture of five cheeses, including the boiled pork and spinach fragments. Priajozo Roma is perfumed with pepperoni, mushrooms, Italian sausage, pork slices, onions, mezzarella, and cheddar cheese. On top of the double-crusted pea is a layer of tomato sauce, melted cheese. This Prizej is one of the most well-to-do campaigns by promoting advertising with a cost of $15 million. However, it was removed from the menu several years after its work was largely required by the labor force.