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The Pizza Hut restaurant at 95 Broadview Ave in Warrenton spent its last day open to customers on Sept. 1.

A spokesperson for the U.S.-based international chain of pizza and Italian food restaurants confirmed that the restaurant was closed but could not say why.

Media outlets reported earlier this year that the chain would close 400 of its sit-down restaurants as it converts to more delivery and takeout locations. About 3,000 of its 7,400 locations are primarily dine-in restaurants, according to the restaurantbusiness.online website.

Pizza Hut’s parent company is Yum Brands, which also operates KFC and Taco Bell.

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Linda Ward

The pizza industry has upped it game, and places like Pizza Hut which came into the delivery option too late, are closing Empathy for the employees losing their jobs.

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