All 17 Western New York Pizza Hut locations are permanently closing, according to a company spokesperson. The spokesperson did say, however, that new locations could be opened in WNY in the future.
The locations were initially closed only temporarily due to COVID-19 restrictions, but the decision to close for good was made by the franchisee owner.
"As a result of 17 Pizza Hut dine-in restaurants in Western New York initially closing temporarily due to COVID-19 restrictions, the local franchisee made the decision to permanently close these stores. However, Pizza Hut has new franchisees coming into the New York region, and we are hopeful we will be able to serve our customers in this area again in the future," the spokesperson said.
The closed locations include:
- 412 E Main St. (Batavia)
- 357 W Morris (Bath)
- 3497 McKinley Pkwy (Blasdell)
- 3527 Union Rd. (Cheektowaga)
- 55 E Pulteney St (Corning)
- 1402 French Rd. (Depew)
- 1151 Broadway Ave (Elmira)
- 5565 Camp Rd. (Hamburg)
- 995 Fairmount Ave. (Jamestown)
- 3127 Delaware Ave. (Kenmore)
- 5687 S Transit Rd. (Lockport)
- 7721 Niagara Falls Blvd. (Niagara Falls)
- 610 N Union St. (Olean)
- 12175 Rt. 16 (Yorkshire)
- 1000 State Route 36 (Hornell)
- 3962 Vineyard Drive (Dunkirk)
- 3324 Sheridan Drive (Amherst)