&pizza For the third consecutive year, &pizza is hosting free weddings for local coups at its restaurants in Washington, D.C., New York City, Philadelphia, and Baltimore for National Pi Day. Through partnerships with Lyft, Milk Bar, UrbanStems, and Framebridge, couples and their guests will be given the wedding of a lifetime at absolutely no cost. The chain is pulling out all the stops—flowers, photography, food and beverage, a ceremony, and more day-of surprises. The shops are converted into chapels for the day, while guests can walk in and join the celebration as well. The brand expects to host at least a dozen weddings this year.
Bojangles’ The chicken chain is switching things up a bit. On National Pi Day, Bojangles’ customers can grab three Sweet Potato Pie pies at the appropriate price of $3.14 at participating locations while supplies last. The Bojangles’ Sweet Potato Pie is a crisp, oven-baked pastry, filled with sweet potato purée and covered in a slightly sweet butter and cinnamon sugar topping. The pie is designed for on-the-go snacking. It can also be used in desserts such as this sweet potato pie milkshake. “Our Sweet Potato Pie makes for a fantastic breakfast, snack or dessert,” says Grant Springer, senior director and head of culinary Innovation at Bojangles’. “Bojangles’ fanatics will absolutely love this Pi Day offer. For those who haven’t tried our Sweet Potato Pie, this is the best opportunity to do so. Make a visit to Bojangles’ part of your Pi Day plans.”
VillaItalianKitchen For the second year in a row, Villa Italian Kitchen is celebrating the day by offering full-size Neapolitan Cheese Pizzas to guests for $3.14, at locations nationwide. To take advantage of this exciting offer, customers have to head to VillaItalianKitchen.com/PiDay to download a coupon, good for one Neapolitan Cheese pizza at the special price of $3.14 at any participating Villa Italian Kitchen location nationwide. “At Villa Italian Kitchen, we are clearly big fans of the pizza pie,” says Mimi Wunderlich, director of communications and digital marketing, Villa Restaurant Group. “Our guests had such a great reaction to our pi pricing last year that we just had to bring it back, and of course we love to give back to our loyal customers.”
Cici’s In honor of National Pi Day, Cicis is offering guests the following offer: Buy an adult buffet at regular price, get a second adult buffet for $3.14. Not a bad time to check out the chain’s new New York Style pizzas. Available for a limited time, Cicis’ New York-Style Pizzas feature a larger 16-inch crust—just right for folding like a true New Yorker—and are available in Meatball Pepperoni and classic Cheese. Both new pizzas are made with a new thin, crispy crust, a new slightly sweet sauce, and 100 percent real cheese.
YourPie Your Pie customers can pick up a pie for just $3.14. And this year, customers will also have the chance to win one of 55 “Free Pizza for a Year” prizes or a GoPro Karma Drone with HERO6 camera. To enter, customers must download and use the Your Pie Loyalty app before March 14. Customers can also use #yourpieday on social media to win. In addition to their $3.14 pie, guests try Your Pie’s specially-crafted galactic gelato flavor just for the holiday. Madagascar vanilla gelato and fresh milk gelato with a hint of raspberry create a marvelous combination accented by a glittered mixed berry ripple.
BlazePizza On Pi Day, Blaze will host its 5th annual international “pop-up” pizza party in honor of Pi Day with any build your own pie for only $3.14 at the company’s more than 245 locations. “Pi Day is a great way for us to connect with guests and ‘celebrate the circle’ with our clean food and fast-fire’d pizzas,” says Jim Mizes, president and CEO. “What started as an unconventional pizza party has turned in to a celebration that hundreds of thousands of die-hard fans look forward to every year.” All Blaze Pizza locations in the U.S. and Canada are participating except nontraditional locations at Disney Springs, Houston Airport, Los Angeles’ Staples Center and George-Mason University, and UCLA.