How should you celebrate Pi Day on Friday? You could do some math, or you could eat pie for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Start the day off right at the Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro, where a slice of pie for breakfast will only cost you $3.14. Choose from pecan, apple, or lemon while supplies last. March 14, 7-10 a.m. Beacon Hill & Bistro, 25 Charles St., Boston. 617-723-7575, www.beaconhillhotel.com
All afternoon long, Salvatore's will serve their signature flatbread pizza pies for $3.14. Bruschetta, Romano, Gorgonzola, Margherita, and Chicken flatbreads will be available in the bar area, where you can pair your savory pie with a Berry Pom Mojito, Harborside Peach Cosmo, or other craft libation. March 14, 2-6 p.m. Salvatore's, 225 Northern Ave., Boston. 617-737-5454; Salvatore's, 545 Washington St., Boston. 617-542-5555. Also at locations in Medford, Lawrence, and Andover. www.salvatoresrestaurants.com
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