It’s Pi Day…Let’s Celebrate!
March 14th means one thing for all the foodies and math enthusiasts out there…It’s Pi Day! And luckily for us, Chicago has a smorgasbord of options when it comes to pie. So if you’re looking for another excuse to satisfy your sweet tooth, keep reading to see some of the best places to celebrate Pi Day today.
Hoosier Mama Pie Company – East VillageWhen it comes to pie, few bakeries can top what Hoosier Mama is dishing out on the daily. The Hoosier Mama Pie Company is a new artisanal bakery striving to be a great “old” pie company.
Spinning J Bakery & Soda Fountain – Humboldt ParkLooking to indulge in a little bit more than a slice of pie? Check out Spinning J in Humboldt Park. Aside from their delicious pie offerings they offer soda made in-house, shakes, pot pies, and a variety of breakfast and lunch sandwiches.
Baker Miller Bakery & Millhouse – Lincoln SquareIf you’re looking to enjoy some brunch/lunch before you dig into some pie, Baker Miller is the spot for you. There’s a reason this place has two nominations for James Beard Foundation Awards! For more info on Baker Miller, head here.
Bang Bang Pie Shop – Logan SquareIt doesn’t get much better than the traditional pies being whipped up at Bang Bang Pie Shop. They even host pie making courses if you’re interested in stepping up your pie game. Head here for more info.
Blue Sky Bakery – North CenterNot only does Blue Sky have delicious desserts by the dozen, they also do a tremendous amount for the community. Blue Sky Bakery provides transitional employment to homeless and at-risk youth. For more info on their delicious desserts and the cause they support, head here.
First Slice Pie Café – AndersonvilleFirst Slice’s French Silk Pie is featured here…how delicious does it look?! To see their other options and for more information about First Slice, head here!
Rustic Tart – Throughout ChicagoThese delicious pies can be found at various Bow Truss locations around the city. If you’re looking to go the DIY route this Pi Day you can also pick up their Ready to Roll Dough at grocery stores throughout the city. Check here for the list.