Celebrate Pi day at Blaze Pizza
The definition of pi – pī/ –noun
the sixteenth letter of the Greek alphabet ( Π, π ), transliterated as ‘p.’
Pi Day is right around the corner, and on Monday, March 14, math and pizza fans nationwide can also celebrate the national holiday by eating pizza “pi’s”, and what better day to load up on brain fueling toppings like basil and garlic. Blaze Pizza will celebrate by offering $3.14 pizzas from open to close at all locations across the country on Pi Day, including our locations in Orange County. A few more fun facts about this irrational holiday:
- The first organized Pi Day was in 1988 at the San Francisco Exploratorium. Physicist Larry Shaw had the idea to celebrate the day by marching around a circle and then eating pie. They still have the celebration today.
- In 2009 the US government recognized March 14 as National Pi Day.
- March 14 is also Einstein’s birthday. He was born in Germany in 1879. Our guess is he might have topped his pizza with spinach and olives, as both are rich in Vitamin E to fuel and feed the brain.