Pizza Hut closes dine-in location, makes other moves

By Rosemary McCoy

Pizza Hut is changing up its recipe of locations to serve Sioux Falls.

The dine-in location at 26th Street and Sycamore Avenue closed July 30, leaving the Pizza Hut at 2501 W. 12th St. as the only one in the city with seating, said April Kleckner, manager of the 12th Street restaurant.

The east-side workers transferred to a new carryout spot that opened Friday at 85th Street and Minnesota Avenue in front of the new Walmart.

On the west side, the carryout location at 4300 W. 41st St. is moving farther west to a new retail center at 41st Street and Sertoma Avenue. Store manager Kyle Clary said the staff is looking forward to moving out of the space in an older building.

“I feel so bad for my staff,” he said. “We ran all summer, and the cooling wasn’t that great.”

The new Pizza Hut is expected to open Sept. 22, Clary said, but the date has been pushed back a couple of times already.

The fourth Pizza Hut in Sioux Falls is at 10th Street and Cleveland Avenue, and no changes are planned there.

The local restaurants are owned by a franchisee, Kansas-based NPC International Inc.

Pizza Hut closes dine-in location, makes other moves

Pizza Hut is changing up its recipe of locations to serve Sioux Falls.

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