Where to Celebrate Pi Day 2019

From sweet to savory pies, we found the best spots to help you commemorate our favorite math holiday
| Updated: March 8, 2019
 
 
We're ready to dive into this triple coconut cream pie from Dahlia Bakery

In Seattle we can think up more than 3.14159... (you get the point) ways to celebrate Pi day (March 14). Because Pi(e)’s not just for math class, it’s for treating yourself. These fun Pi Day events around Seattle will help you take advantage of some sweet and savory deals.  

Pi Day Pie Eating Contest 

The Downtown Seattle Association will host pie eating contests in honor of the infinite number at both Occidental Square and Westlake Park. The number of competitors will be limited to ten at each location so arrive early and hungry because the stakes are high. Westlake winner will receive a gift card to Serious Pie and Occidental winner will receive a gift card to London Plane.

Conor Byre Pub 

This Pi(e) celebration will feature creations from professional and amateur bakers. Pies will be raffled off, with all proceeds going to benefit the Vera Project.

Pie 

Whether it’s dessert or dinner, Fremont’s Pie shop will be celebrating with everything from classic apple to chicken pot pie. Pie takes the day very seriously and adorns each pie with the Pi symbol.

Pagliacci Pizza 

Head down to any Pagliacci location with a slice bar (excludes 85th, Juanita and Valley) for two slices of pizza for just $3.14. Also, if you order one 11-inch pizza you get the second for $3.14.

Macrina Bakery 

Macrina Bakery will offer an assortment of tartlets at all locations. Flavors include blueberry, lemon  meringue and even a gluten-free cherry hand pie.

Pi (day) Contest at The Works  

Come celebrate Pi day by entering in a taste and bake competition at The Works Seattle, a community class center in The Central District. If you bring a pie entry fee is $5, if you’ve just come to taste it is $15. Winner of the competition will receive a free class at The Works and gift basket.

Dahlia Bakery 

Whether it is Tom Douglas’ World Famous Coconut Cream Pie, Stacy’s Kentucky Bourbon Pecan Pie, sour cherry or key lime, Seattle’s downtown Dahlia Bakery has got you covered. They are even doing office deliveries, with the hint of a potential surprise deliveries by Tom himself!

Serious Pie 

Happy hour just got happier at both downtown and Westlake locations, enjoy happy hour pizzas for just $3.14. Check out the Westlake location from 3pm-6pm or downtown from 3pm-5pm.  

A La Mode 

And of course, every day is pie day at A La Mode, everyone’s favorite spot for whole or by-the-slice pies. With both West Seattle and Phinney locations, A La Mode is the perfect stop to get creative and classic flavors: Grasshopper, Peanut Butter Mousse and Marionberry Hazelnut are must tries.

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