Pie in Fremont will adorn its petite pies with cutout pie symbols for the day. Pie via Facebook

March 14, or 3/14, is Pi Day, and we've rounded up all of the Seattle events where you can celebrate. Whether you'd prefer to observe the holiday with savory pie, pizza pie, or mathematical π, you'll find something here to sate your appetite.

A La Mode Pies
"Seattle's premier pie bakery" will serve a dozen sweet pie varieties (each available by the slice), plus savory hand pies, chicken pot pies, ice cream, pie milkshakes, and more at both of its locations.
Phinney Ridge and West Seattle

Conor Byrne
At Conor Byrne's fundraiser, sample plenty of pies from professional and amateur pastry chefs alike and enter in a raffle to benefit the Vera Project.

Dahlia Bakery
Tom Douglas's bakery will have several pies (including sour cherry, key lime, chocolate pudding, Kentucky bourbon pecan, and their world-famous coconut cream pie, of course) available for pick-up or delivery.

Macrina Bakery
The beloved bakery will offer select mini pies in flavors like blueberry and lemon meringue.
Various locations

Mighty-O Donuts
Pi Day isn't just for pie: Mighty-O's chocolate-covered, creme-filled doughnut makes a triumphant return just in time for Pi Day, dusted with a powdered-sugar pi symbol.
Various locations

Occidental Square
Should you wish to prove just how fast you can inhale an entire pie while a gathering of onlookers watches, enter Occidental Square's Pi Day Pie Eating Contest for a shot at a gift card to London Plane.
Pioneer Square

Just for the occasion, the Fremont pie shop will crown their selection of sweet and savory pies with adorable pi symbol cutouts, while supplies last.

Serious Pie
At Tom Douglas's Serious Pie locations in Westlake and downtown, pizzas will be just $3.14 during happy hour.
Downtown & South Lake Union

For Pi Day, the pizza purveyors at Pagliacci are offering two slices of pizza for $3.14. Hungrier? Buy one 11-inch pie and get a second one for $3.14.
Various locations

The Works
Want to flex your baking skills in a competition? Try entering your intricately latticed creations in contests at The Works (or just enter to be a judge so you can do your best Mary Berry impression while tasting all the entries). The winner will receive a free class at The Works and a basket of prizes.
First Hill

Westlake Park
Ten contestants will scarf pies as fast as humanly possible for a chance at a gift card to Serious Pie.