Southington is a town with more than 30 pizza restaurants and a rich Italian tradition, but it also plays host to a couple of the more popular nationwide chains including Domino’s and Pizza Hut.
Both restaurants were popular in the 1980s and 1990s but the popularity had waned in the early 2000s. These restaurants have made a comeback, however, with each reinventing itself with new food and family-friendly deals.
Located on Main Street in Blockbuster Plaza in downtown Southington, has used a media campaign to show the public the fresh ingredients used in their new and improved recipes, staff said.
Currently, the delivery-based company is looking to promote their new chicken wings and draw families back in with their latest deal, which offers pizza, wings and more for $5.99 per two-item combo. See the company website at www.dominos.com for more information.
Meanwhile Pizza Hut is also continuing to serve customers in the south end of town with an express store at the T.A. Truck Stop at 875 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike in Milldale.
Although the location does not include delivery, it has become a popular location for travelers with many of Pizza Huts classic foods including wings, pizza, breadsticks and more. The center also offers the company’s $10 pizza deals and wing specials. For more information, visit the Pizza Hut website at www.pizzahut.com.
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