Luckily, many restaurants are ready and willing to celebrate National Pi Day.
There are plenty of places to get some cheap pie in the Seattle area on Pi day, celebrated predictably on March 14.
Pizza Hut (Multiple locations): Get a large two-topping pizza for $7.99, or two medium two-topping pizzas for $5.99 each. Allen and Frisco locations will also offer deals; check stores' Facebook pages for details.
For 3/14, large bakery pies at Whole Foods will be just $3.14. For instance, O'Charley's offers free slices of pie (perfect for Pi Day) with the purchase of an entree; Logan's Roadhouse allows children to eat free; and On The Border has $7.99 fajitas on Wednesdays.
The $3.14 pizza deal is good for eating-in only and only one per person.
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Even they say it is the most irrational "holiday" ever, yet that isn't stopping Blaze Pizza, the California-based fast-casual pizza chain, from celebrating National Pi Day.
Kroger: 8-inch bakery pies will be available for $3.14 (with a Kroger card) on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Know of a Pi (e) deal we did not mention? Blaze is open from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Pi Day started 30 years ago at San Francisco's Exploratorium.
Blaze Pizza 5001 Freret St. Limit one pizza per customer, dine-in only.