It's the annual celebration of the first three digits of the mathematical constant pi, 3.14. Instead of only celebrating strictly pie, Pi Day spans many circle-shaped foods, such as pizza, pie, sweet potato pie, and others. Pi may be infinite, but this deal is limited to Pi Day only.
Jet's Pizza: Buy a large pizza at regular menu price and get a medium, one-topping, hand-tossed, round pizza for $3.14. The pizza chain is also holding a "Perfect Pieology Pull" cheese-pull contest until March 14, where Pieology customers can document their best "cheese-pull" on Instagram and tag it with #PerfectPieologyPull to win a Pieology gift card.
Lotsa will also be running the same deal at their location in Baltimore (Towson 319 York Road.) They will be selling any of their pies for $3.14 from 11am.
This isn't really a Pi Day deal, but it's still a deal. It's a one-time deal for dine-in and takeout, according to Food and Wine.
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83 George's St, are known for their delicious woodfired pizzas, which usually come in between €6 and €16, depending on what you order.
7-Eleven: With the 7Rewards app, get one slice of pizza for 50 cents.
Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen: Order one of the restaurant's made-fresh-daily Homemade Chicken Pot Pie and get a second pie free of charge to take and bake at home. In a play on the pie/pi homophone, 3/14 is loaded with pizza deals - even more than National Pizza Day.