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Pizza Hut offering 50% off online orders

Pizza Hut offering 50% off online orders

(WXIA) -- Twenty years ago, Pizza Hut delivered its first-ever pizza to be ordered over the Internet.

Now, the pizza chain is celebrating this milestone by offering a half-off online deal for customers.

Medium and large Pizza Hut pizzas will be 50 percent off when ordered online now through Jan. 10.

Pizza Hut has also launched Hut Lovers, a loyalty program that provides members with exclusive deals.

A large pepperoni, mushroom and extra cheese Pizza Hut pizza was the first physical good ever purchased online, according to Pizza Hut chief marketing officer Carrie Walsh.

"We want to celebrate the fact that before consumers could buy books, clothes, music or vacation packages via the Internet, they could place an online order for a Pizza Hut pizza," Walsh said in a statement. "We're doing so by giving back to our customers who have helped us lead the way with digital innovations over the last 20 years."

Eat at Chili's to support Wounded Warrior Project

Eat at Chili's to support Wounded Warrior Project

(WXIA) -- In honor of Veterans Day, Chili's is giving customers an easy way to support the Wounded Warrior Project.

On Sunday, Nov. 10, Chili's diners have the option of donating 10 percent of their checks to the charity, which supports injured military personnel and veterans.

Simply download the flyer from the Chili's website and present it to a server to make a donation.

Vets and military members who eat at Chili's on Veterans Day -- Monday, Nov. 11 -- will be treated to free entrées.

Visit chilis.com to find your nearest Chili's.

P.F. Chang's opens at Atlanta airport

P.F. Chang's opens at Atlanta airport

ATLANTA -- P.F. Chang's will open its first airport location at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport this week.

The 5,000 square-foot restaurant will open Tuesday on the upper level of Concourse A.

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It will open at 6:30 a.m. daily, and will be the only P.F. Chang's to serve breakfast. Early morning offerings include breakfast fried rice, bacon and eggs, and a Granny Smith apple smoothie.

Piccadilly raises money for Stand Up To Cancer

Piccadilly raises money for Stand Up To Cancer

(WXIA) -- Piccadilly Restaurants has joined MasterCard's Stand Up To Cancer movement by contributing to the Dig In and Do Good campaign.

Dig In and Do Good gives restaurants the opportunity to donate a portion of proceeds to the fight against cancer.

Through Sept. 28, Piccadilly customers who spend at least $10 will have $0.01 of their checks donated to Stand Up To Cancer.

"We are thrilled to be participating in the Dig In and Do Good campaign benefiting Stand Up To Cancer this year," Piccadilly CEO Tom Sandeman said in a statement. "We hope that with Piccadilly's support, we can add to the dollars raised and increase the awareness needed to fund research and save lives."

MasterCard Worldwide hopes to raise $4 million through Dig In and Do Good.

Piccadilly has restaurants in Atlanta, College Park, Conyers, Fayetteville and Tucker.

World's first airport IHOP to land in Atlanta

World's first airport IHOP to land in Atlanta

ATLANTA -- Pancakes will soon be stacked like jets at the world's busiest airport.

California-based International House of Pancakes LLC, commonly called IHOP, plans to open its first airport location at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Slated to open Sept. 10, the new restaurant will take about 3,000 square feet in the airport's main atrium. It will be an IHOP Express, one of the company's newer concepts that caters to guests on the go, and will be open 24 hours a day.

Chick-fil-A reopens at Atlanta airport

Chick-fil-A reopens at Atlanta airport

ATLANTA -- A new Chick-fil-A will open Monday on Concourse C at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

The restaurant, which is located at Gate 21, will bring approximately 65 jobs to the airport.

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The airport Chick-fil-A used to be on Concourse A. That location closed last year to move to Concourse C.

"We are thrilled to once again partner with (concessionaire) HMSHost to bring Chick-fil-A to the passengers and staff at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport," Chick-fil-A president and COO Dan Cathy said in a statement. "We look forward to serving travelers and employees at our new Concourse C restaurant."

Four Metro Atlanta Caribou Coffee stores closing April 14

Four Metro Atlanta Caribou Coffee stores closing April 14

ATLANTA -- Coffee retailer Caribou Coffee said Monday they were closing four locations in metro Atlanta on April 14 as part of a larger set of store closings.

The company said it will close 80 locations nationally, and convert another 88 locations to Peet's Coffee locations, including the company's remaining nine stores in metro Atlanta.

The local stores that will be closing will be the locations on North Druid Hills Road, the Norcross store on Peachtree Parkway, and both Marietta locations -- on Powers Ferry Road and on Johnson Ferry Road.

The chain, America's second largest coffee chain behind Starbucks, was acquired in December 2012 by Joh. A. Benckiser, the German company which also recently acquired the West Coast coffee chain Peet's.