Wednesday, March 14, 2018

10 Detroit spots offering $3.14 deals in honor of National Pi Day

Posted By on Wed, Mar 14, 2018 at 9:09 AM

  • Photo via Grand Traverse Pie Company

Across the country mathematicians and foodies come together every March 14 to recognize the important things in life: Pie and Pi. In essence, Pi Day is an excuse to stuff your face with a slice of your favorite dessert or 'Zza and we are totally fine with that. Check out this list of places to celebrate the fact that today's date is the same number as the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, 3.14.

1. Hungry Howies
Along with their regular meal deals this pizza chain is offering a carryout-only, medium, one topping pizza for $3.14 with any purchase of Howie Bread. Order online or with code PI18.
Locations in Midtown, Dearborn, Grosse Pointe Park, and more

2. Sister Pie
Lisa Ludwinski and co. are offering mini pies and assorted pie slices for $3.14. Flavors include choco-coconut, sweet maple and, and banana Pete.
8066 Kercheval Ave., Detroit; 313-447-5550

3. Pie-Sci
Woodbridge’s zany pizza shop is something of a science lab — they are always experimenting with flavors in their special pizzas. This Pi Day they are featuring a pizza pie with fresh strawberries, basil, cabbage, bacon, and, tripolini onions. If you’d rather keep it simple, slices are $2.
5163 Trumbull St.,Detroit; 313-818-0290

4. Blaze Pizza
This chain's signature Fast-Fire’d pizza pies are a mere $3.14 today. The pizzas are 12-inches and cut into six slices. You can choose from their signature pizzas, which come in varieties like white top, art lover and, barbecue chicken, or build-your-own.
Locations in Royal Oak, Allen Park, Novi, Ann Arbor, and Auburn Hills

5. Whole Foods
Enjoy $3.14 off large bakery pies sold at this health food chain.
Locations in Midtown, Birmingham, Rochester Hills, and West Bloomfield Twp.

6. Boston Market
Get a free pot pie with a purchase of another pie and a drink with this coupon.
Locations in Detroit, Dearborn, Allen Park, Warren, Berkley, Grosse Pointe Woods, and more

7. Grand Traverse Pie Company
Enjoy a free slice of their ABC (apple, blueberry, and cherry) pie with any purchase.
Locations in Troy, Rochester Hills, Plymouth, Ann Arbor, East Lansing, and Brighton

8. Pieology Pizzeria
Enjoy unlimited topping on their 11-and-a-half-inch stone oven fired pizzas. Buy one and get one for $3.14 at all locations.
Locations in Royal Oak, Ann Arbor, Warren, and West Bloomfield

9. Kroger Bakery
One major grocery store in metro Detroit is giving out a deal big enough to feed your friends. Their 8-inch bakery pies are on sale for $2.99 in assorted flavors. You might as well grab the rest of your groceries while you’re at it.

10. Avalon International Breads
Both Avalon locations will be celebrating Pi Day with a variety of mixed flavors and homemade pies. Known for their local and fresh ingredients, Avalon is selling any slice of pie for $3.14 and a whole pies for $20.18. The Avalon Cafe + Biscuit bar will only be selling slices of Dutch apple pie and the mixed berry pie.
Avalon Cafe and Bakery Downtown: 1049 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-285-8006
Avalon Cafe + Biscuit Bar: 2998 W Grand Blvd., Detroit; 313-800-5760

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