Pi(e) Day deals on pizza and sweet treats

Randolph Lopez
March 15, 2018

Even if you're not a fan of math, we can all get behind pie.

March 14 is known as Pi Day for many, and Blaze Pizza wants it to be known as "Pie Day" for pizza lovers.

At all four First Slice Pie Cafe locations (Evanston, Ravenswood Manor, Andersonville and Ravenswood proper), order one slice of pie and get a second for half off. Promotion excludes full pies. Whether you're looking for a nostalgic whoopie pie or something a bit more. adult, you can find it locally.

LeBron James' fast-casual pizza chain is offering 11-inch personal pizzas with your choice of toppings for, you guessed it, $3.14.

No need to break out the calculator to enjoy Pi Day, March 14 (aka 3/14).

Whole Foods: Take $3.14 off any of their large bakery pies.

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Boston Market: Offering free chicken pot pie with purchase of one pot pie and drink. At least it will today - on National Pi Day.

Judy Pie: The Grapevine pie shop will offer pie slices for $3.14 on Wednesday.

BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse (10750 Stockdale Highway): Receive a mini one-topping pizza for $3.14 (tax and gratuity not included). Gluten-free crust is available on the offer for no additional cost, said the Blaze Pizza site.

The restaurant's all-you-can-eat pizza buffet is already a good deal at about $6 a person.

But Pi Day isn't limited to dessert.

Dominos: Pizzas are buy one get one free this week when you order online. These promotions (both in the city and suburbs) all occur March 14 unless otherwise noted.

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