How many digits of the mathematical figure pi can you name?
You only need to remember three to enjoy on Pi Day: 3.14.
Math nerds and pie fans worldwide join together to celebrate π on March 14 every year, with competitions, STEM events and deals on the edible kind of pie.
Here’s how to celebrate one of the nerdiest days of the year.
Freebies and Deals
Buy any large pizza at this Italian chain with locations in D.C., Maryland and Virginia and you can get a large cheese or Bertucci’s special pizza for $3.14 if you purchase online using the code PIDAY. It’s available for lunch or dinner, TODAY reports.
Grab one of Blaze’s artisanal pizzas on Thursday for $3.14. You must order through the app, and it’s not available at the George Mason University location.
Buy one pot pie and a drink and get one free. You’ll need this online coupon and it’s only good on March 14.
Dyllan's Raw Bar
1054 31st St NW, Washington, D.C.
This Georgetown restaurant is offering a pie-forward sample menu. For $31.40 (before tax and tip), you can choose from two pot pie entrees and two dessert pie options to eat alongside a tart and a glass of wine. The special lasts all day.
This service can deliver you favorite noms from around the country — Whether you want a classic Baltimore Bomb from D.C.’s Dangerously Delicious pie shop or a cherry pie straight from Michigan, you get 40 percent off on orders placed through March 15.
CityCenterDC, The Wharf, Logan Circle locations
Slices of Christina Tossi’s legendary Crack Pie, featuring a toasted oat crust and butter filling, will be available a la mode on Pi Day for $10, TODAY reports.
3423 M St. NW Washington, D.C.
All flavors will be available at the store and you can snag a free coffee with your slice.
Red Truck Bakery at Politics & Prose
5015 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, D.C.
1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Warrenton, Virginia’s beloved Red Truck Bakery will be signing copies of their cookbook and slinging pie samples.
Enjoy a $3.14 discount on all dessert pies sold on March 14.
Not only can you score $3.14 off all pizzas ordered through UberEats with code PIDAY19, TODAY reports, but some lucky couples will also get the change to renew vows or get married on the cheap!
The promo starts March 13 and ends March 17, TODAY reports.
Pi Day: Math and Poetry
7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Writer’s Center (4508 Walsh St., Bethesda, Maryland)
If you’ve ever studied Shakespeare’s iambic pentameter, you know poems can have a mathematical bent. Local mathematician-poet JoAnne Growney organized this panel to consider on-theme poems with multiple meanings.
There’s an open reading period, so you can even bring your own poems written in Pilish — A poetic language where each word in a poem matches the value of digits of pi.
The event is free and open to the public.
Allthebestkids Love Pie: Free Pi Day Celebration w/ Mr Daywalker
7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
1339 H Street NE, Washington, D.C.
Above Dangerously Delicious Pie’s H Street Corridor location is a music venue where you can eat pie and mosh to live music. Doors open at 7 p.m. ahead of a performance at 9 p.m. — And of course you can purchase slices.