‘Weird’ restaurant’s ‘biggest moment’ was a huge pizza party

The Pizza Hut is planning to move to a new, “bigger” pizza house after a massive pizza party that sold out and attracted a record-breaking crowd of 4 million people in London.

The restaurant, known as the ‘Biggest Moment’, is expected to open in May next year in the former Cinefamily cinema space at the heart of Canary Wharf.

It will feature a full bar, bar area, and a cinema screen with a giant screen on top.

“We’ve been dreaming about the future of pizza ever since we started thinking about it,” co-founder and CEO Dave Morris said in a statement.

The new restaurant will be situated in the centre of Canary Doofy, where the former cinema space is currently occupied by The Cinefantastique Theatre. “

With the support of our team, we’re ready to take this exciting project to the next level.”

The new restaurant will be situated in the centre of Canary Doofy, where the former cinema space is currently occupied by The Cinefantastique Theatre.

It is expected that it will employ up to 400 people.

“The big day is coming, the day we celebrate the next chapter in our history as a company,” Morris added.

Morris has been the head of the company since it was founded in 1996 and the group has expanded to include a second restaurant in Paris.

It recently announced a move to New York City.