One of our favorite ways to celebrate Spring is coming soon… today is Pi Day!
3.14159265359… okay we give up. But March 14 (3/14) is a good excuse to eat some fruit-filled pastry and even “pizza pie” around Milwaukee with the deals and events below.
401 E. Erie St. in Milwaukee
7AM – close
Batches in the Third Ward will be serving up specialty pie slices all day for $3.14 each. Whole pies while they last, and ice cream will be on hand for an a la mode treat.
Various Milwaukee area locations
If you download the Blaze Pizza App, you’ll have access to a $3.14 pizza deal to celebrate.
Performance Running Outfitters
2205 North Calhoun Road in Brookfield
Go on a 3.14 mile run through Brookfield and celebrate with pie at the finish line.
2797 S Kinnickinnic Ave
The Bay View pizza parlor will be taking $3.14 off any 16″ and 20″ whole pizza.
2643 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
Honeypie Café in Bay View is celebrating Pi Day with Milwaukee Area Science Advocates. For every whole pie purchased, they will donate $3.14 to MASA in support of scientific enthusiasm in Milwaukee. Stop in to Honeypie 4pm-6pm for a family friendly HapPie hour with the folks from MASA there sharing info and games. Pie will be served all day, 9AM-9PM.
1872 N. Commerce St. Milwaukee
Lakefront is hosting a “Great Brewery Kitchen Bake Off” — the brewery’s award-winning chefs will be competing against each other for the chance to be crowned “2019 Pi Day Baker of the Year.” With about 10 pies total, the first whole pie to sell out wins.
7AM – 2PM
1739 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Dr., Milwaukee
Hatched MKE will be bringing their pie to Pilcrow Coffee. Slices, hand pies, pie fries and frankenpies will be on hand. Pilcrow will have their full espresso bar and nitro tappers available during the event — a special occurrence for a Thursday.
1848 W Fond Du Lac Ave, Milwaukee
200 N. Broadway in Milwaukee
Tre Rivali is letting you have your pie and feel good about it, too. They will donate 100 percent of all proceeds of their pie sale to Chefs Cycle: No Kid Hungry.
[Read more: Listen to Milwaukee Magazine food critic Ann Christenson and our own Tarik Moody discuss the Pi(e) Day festivities here.]