Nerd alert. It's Pi Day: March 14, 3/14, 3.14 ... get it? While not all of us will be celebrating the mathematical holiday (odds are, you don't have the day off), you can still honor the math dork in your life by putting your fork in a piece of pie.
NPR has a guide to sweet and savory pies that you can make yourself for the holiday, but most of us would rather have someone else do the baking. As such, here are the five places you should get a slice of pie for Pi Day.
5. Soho Cafe & Bakery's key lime pie. Key lime pie is all about warmer days and nicer climates. Forget about the snow and enjoy this tart-sweet slice of Florida.
4. PotPie's potpies. Pies don't have to be just fruit. The Westport restaurant didn't have potpies on the menu when it opened, but it began serving them after customers requested that the dish be added to the menu. Now you have your choice of chicken or beef and mushroom.
3. Rieger Hotel's banoffee pie. Banana, toffee and coffee are combined into one pie in the downtown restaurant's take on the British pub classic. Share it with your dining companion before the first forkful because after that, you won't want to give away another bite.
2. You Say Tomato's pies. This is one of the few places in town to get rhubarb pie, and there's always at least two choices of fruit-filled slices.
1. Hayes Hamburger & Chili's pies. Get a big slice of pie, a big mug of coffee and just plant yourself at the counter. It's going to take some time to work your way though the peanut butter pie, which needs to be served with a pillow.
Where will you be celebrating National Pi Day?
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