Pi(e) Day deals on pizza and sweet treats

March 14 also known as Pi Day honors the mathematical constant pi or 3.14. Several restaurants in Wilmington are celebrating with promotions

March 14 also known as Pi Day honors the mathematical constant pi or 3.14. Several restaurants in Wilmington are celebrating with promotions

Happy 3.14159 and on and on!

But as in the math symbol - the Greek letter Pi.

- Blaze Pizza: Get any build-your-own-pie pizza for $3.14 on March 14.

HUNGRY HOWIE'S: You can get a medium one-topping pizza for $3.14 on "Pi" Day when you purchase Howie Bread. There are more than 20 franchises in the Bay Area; check the order page for locations.

For some local Wilmington businesses, March 14 gives an opportunity to celebrate a numerical phenomenon with food and fun.

There are plenty of places to get some affordable pie in the Seattle area on Pi day, celebrated predictably on March 14.

- Want to spice up your baked goods, cereal or coffee? Penzeys Spices is selling jars of its Pie Spice, a blend of cinnamon, mace, nutmeg, ginger, clove and vanilla sugar, for $1. We've sorted through the best of the best that you can take advantage of. No coupon or code is required.

Celebrate Pi Day at everyone's favorite buffet.

Marie Callender's: Customers at Marie Callender's who buy a full price adult meal on Wednesday are eligible for a free slice of pie.

Villa Italian Kitchen's Pi Day deal costs $3.14 and a little personal information.

The first time that Pi day was officially celebrated on a large scale was on March 14, 1988, at the San Francisco Exploratorium, where physicist Larry Shaw organized circular marches and pie-eating contests.

The Elsen sisters will be serving up a variety of their popular pies including Salted Caramel Apple, Salty Honey, Matcha Custard, and Bittersweet Chocolate Pecan, as well as seasonal combinations like Apple Rose, Black Sesame and Turmeric Tonic. The Windsor, 160 E. Huron St., 312-943-7777, www.thewindsorchicago.com.

BOSTON MARKET: Buy one pot pie and a drink, and get a second pot pie for free. Download the coupon from this Boston Market link.

Let's get to the reason why you clicked on this story: the deals.