Celebrate Pi Day on March 14 With a Slice Of One of These Pizza Pies
You don’t need to be a math expert to get in on the fun of Pi Day, which is the annual celebration of the mathematical constant π that is held on March 14. Instead, all you need is a pizza slicer.
This Pi Day, leave the math problems at your 1331 Maryland apartment and instead, head to one of these pizzerias near home for a “pie” that everyone can get in on. Whether you’re into pepperoni, Hawaiian or just a plain pie, these pizzas are our favorite way to celebrate this funky holiday.
Wiseguy Pizza, located at 300 Massachusetts Ave NW Retail #1, Washington, D.C. which is nine minutes from your 1331 Maryland apartment, is a New York-inspired pizzeria featuring classic thin-crust pies.
The founders of Wiseguy Pizza traveled the world – from Italy to New York City – studying the best of the best before developing their own pizza-making technique. Now, they offer pizza made from imported ingredients from Italy and a special water filtration system, all baked in an old-school, stone deck oven.
Pi Pizzeria, located at 910 F St NW, Washington, D.C. which is six minutes from your 1331 Maryland apartment, is a hip pizzeria named after all things pi serving a menu of creative deep-dish and thin-crust pies, plus craft beers and cocktails.
On Pi Day – which was also the day the pizzeria was founded – customers can purchase any pizza and get a large cornmeal deep dish signature pizza for $3.14. Plus, sangria, domestic draft beers and wine cost $3.14, and anyone with a March 14 birthday will receive a free large pizza.
300 Massachusetts Ave NW Retail #1, Washington, D.C. 20001
910 F St NW, Washington, D.C. 20004