This Texas Pizza Hut is a time portal back into 1980. Back when the internet wasn’t a thing, when new wave was in vogue, and VHS tapes were the vehicle of our favorite films. Get a glimpse into golden age of fast food dining at this Texas Pizza Hut, which hasn’t been renovated in 50 years.
Nowadays it seems like all the fast food franchises – from McDonalds to Burger King, Taco Bell and Carl’s Jr. – are all about sleek, cutting-edge, and futuristic design. That’s cool and all but every now and again you get nostalgic for simpler times.
Located in Minneola, this Texas Pizza Hut transports patrons back to the ’80s. Furnished with vintage signage, retro aesthetics, and red checkered table mats.
“The immersive ’80s aesthetic of this Pizza Hut breathes new life into the concept of dining out. In an age where digital distractions dominate, this charming time capsule rekindled a sense of togetherness and genuine human connection,” said user, u/-Tyrone-Biggums-, who uploaded the images to Reddit.
“As soon as I crossed the threshold, I was greeted by old paint and décor, retro signage of a bygone era. The distinctive décor instantly stirred up feelings of excitement and light-heartedness. It reminded us that nostalgia has an incredible power to bring people closer, to bridge the generational gaps, and to create a unique shared experience that transcends time.”
For further ’80s nostalgia, take a spin down to Hungry Like The Wolf. From the Rubix Cube discoball, to MTV-inspired walls, John Hughes-movie lockers, year book photo cutout collage, vibrant artwork honoring 80’s heroes including their wall of 80’s album cover art, zany carpeting, and their retro collection of throwback gaming consoles, Hungry Like The Wolf is decked out head-to-toe in nostalgia.