Palerma Pizza Hut, one of the hottest deals in the pizza industry, is shutting down its doors at the end of this month, according to the owner.
In a statement released Thursday, owner Daniel Pallotta said the company has decided to close down its operations and “immediately suspend the purchase of all Palermas brands.”
Pallotta said he and his team “remain committed to making Palermos pizza a success in its current form.”
He said the closure of the store will be the end for all the palermos products.
Palermo was founded in 2014 by two pizza pros from Palermicos, the second of whom is the owner of Mystic Pizza Hut.
Pallotto said Mystic has “continued to grow and thrive” under his leadership.
“The new owners have been extremely supportive of the business and the people working there,” he said.
Palers Pizza Hut opened in 2017 in San Antonio, Texas.
The company is based in Palermica, which is also a former location of Papa John’s, according an email Pallotta sent The Associated Press, which first reported the news.