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D.C. Restaurants Mark Pi Day with Pie

It's a math and a food holiday.


Math enthusiasts know that March 14 (3.14) is Pi Day. Lately, restaurants have been getting into the game as well, offering pie-related specials in honor of the date. Here are some places to celebrate on Saturday. Offering a Pi Day special? Send a note to

*Pizzeria Paradiso in Georgetown (pizza counts as a pie, right?) will offer drafts for $3.14 starting at 9:26 p.m.

*2941 will have both savory and sweet pies on special on both Friday and Saturday. For dessert, try apple, triple-chocolate pecan or banana cream versions from pastry chef Caitlin Dysart. Bertrand Chemel, meanwhile, is making a Duck Pithivier pie for $22 and a potato pie with shaved black truffles for $18.

Banana cream pie at 2941.

*Whisked! bakery company will team up with One Eight Distilling on Saturday. They'll be selling pies and quiches both by the slice and to go at the distillery from 1-4 p.m.

*Joe's Seafood is selling all its pie varieties for $3.14 (they're usually $7.95) on Saturday with nine different flavors, ranging from peanut butter to chocolate strawberry ice cream (not to mention their specialty, key lime).

Ice cream pie at Joe's.

*Baked and Wired is marking ultimate pie day with pie-symbol pies and other festivities.

*Blaze Pizza is offering pizza pies for $3.14 on Saturday (multiple locations).

*DC area Whole Food are selling apple pies for $9.99 instead of $15.99.

*Bayou Bakery will have $3.14 slices of pie: a peanut pie, a lemon chess pie and an apple crumb pie will be the options.

*Pizza Vinoteca will allow diners to create any make-your-own pizza for $3.14 on Saturday.

*Bastille is celebrating Pi Day with individual chicken pot pies. They'll be served at brunch this Saturday and Sunday with a petite salade for $14.

*Room 11 will have a rotating bunch of pies available all weekend by the slice (they previously offered pies by the order as well).

*Pizza Boli is offering two pies for $6.99 each.

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