By Correne Martin
Pizza Hut in Prairie du Chien closed its doors on Sunday, Sept. 14, for four to six weeks of remodeling. According to Manager Cindy Spiker, the whole interior of the restaurant will be transformed into a more modern-looking establishment before reopening to the public in its current location, 1501 S. Marquette Rd.
“We are also becoming a Pizza Hut and WingStreet,” Spiker said.
This means customers can expect the pizza dishes to remain virtually similar to what has been offered in the past. The WingStreet label will offer customers three chicken wing styles—traditional, breaded bone-in and breaded bone-out—tossed in one of eight signature sauces: buffalo burnin’ hot, buffalo medium, buffalo mild, spicy Asian, spicy BBQ, honey BBQ, lemon pepper and garlic Parmesan.
The most noticeable change to the bricks and mortar will be an expansion.