Happy Pi Day, Ya’ll

piby Steven Doyle

On March 12, 2009 your lawmakers  passed a non-binding resolution (HRES 224) recognizing March 14, 2009 as National Pi Day. It is one of the more legit holidays we discuss here, and it is actually an homage to geeks everywhere who see the date as a reason to celebrate due to its mathematical implications. We say any reason to celebrate anything is just fine by us.

Since we are predominately about food we will suggest a few places to actually enjoy a pi(e) in Dallas.  


The pie at Bowl and Barrel is this uber delicious Butterscotch Pie served as the solo dessert at the bowling alley and restaurant. 

Another pie that haunts us whenever we drive past the West Village on McKinney is the coconut cream pie from Malai Kitchen. Delicious, but if you feel so inclined we snagged the recipe from owner Yasmin Wage to share with you today. Should you decide to make the pie, make two. Sharing is caring. 


Here are a handful of pies we really love:

pie1Smoke’s Mile High Mescal Lime Pie

emporiumChocolate French Silk with a Pretzel Crust at Pie Emporium in Bishop Arts and Deep Ellum

pieAmberjax Key Lime is sublime

DSC09843Dive Coastal’s Key Lime Pie with a graham cracker, ginger snap and granola crust

Capital Grille supplies our fix of this marvelous coconut cream pie

fearingsFearing’s Apple Oatmeal Crisp, Fried Apple Pies with Cider Glaze and Apple Spice Cake with Butterscotch Ice Cream.

piGreenville Avenue Pizza Company is honoring National Pi Day the best way they know how–by offering up some pies of their own. All day, GAPCo’s huge, one topping slices will be available for just $3.14.

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