New York City’s Pizza Hut, which has been open for nearly a century, will close for the next two weeks because of “significant fire activity.”

The pizza restaurant at 2930 W. 30th St. was evacuated on Tuesday afternoon, but it reopened Thursday morning.

The restaurant’s Facebook page said it had been closed since Monday.

The chain’s website said the fire was caused by “significant fuel and water damage” on Tuesday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.