Join us 3/14 for a Pi Day Celebration with Piebird and East End Brewing

Buy your tickets and make it a Pie-ority

by Stephanie Brea
March 7, 2019

Join us Thursday, March 14th from 6-8pm at East End Brewing’s Julius St. location for Pi(e) Squared, our pi day celebration!

We have arranged some SWEET deals. Up to two slices of pie from our friends at Piebird, as well as your first beer of the evening, at the ridiculous price of $3.14 apiece. We’re not mathematicians, but we’ve calculated that this is almost half off regular prices.

But because PI is infinite and PIE is not, tickets are required to lock in this deal. If you want a piece of this action, grab your tickets here: https://bit.ly/2ETXhE4

https://www.instagram.com/p/BqAkbuZBCrE/

Learn about Pi while you eat pie

Are you totally enthusiastic about PIE, but the mention of PI gives you sweaty-palm flashbacks to the failing grade you received in middle school math class? Don’t worry, thanks to our friends at Astronomy on Tap, we’ve got a special guest coming to explain “Pi in Five” – a crash course in all things pi.

What’s Pi Day?

Founded in 1988 by physicist Larry Shaw, Pi Day is a nationally recognized, annual celebration of the mathematical sign pi. March 14 (3/14) represents the first three digit of pi and is also, coincidentally, Albert Einstein’s birthday.

Pi(e) Squared Details

Date: Thursday, March 14

Time: 6-8pm

Location: East End Brewing on Julius Street

Cost: Free to attend, but you must pre-order your pie and beer to get the pi price.

East End Brewing Company
Getting there
147 Julius St, Pittsburgh, PA 15206, USA
Hours
Mon Closed
Tue-Fri 5–10pm
Sat 12–10pm
Sun 12–8pm
More Info

What to know:

On-street parking is limited at East End’s Larimer locale. Try to avoid parking in front of the electric transformer station. Avoid using the Sherwin-Williams lot on weekdays, too. Pro Tip: If it’s packed, parking along Frankstown Ave. is free and usually widely available. If you’re gonna bus it, catch the 86 or the 77 for a proximal stop. Belly full of pie and beer? Don’t forget that you can press that that Lyft or Uber app.

Stephanie has been organizing events since 1998, starting with a series of motorcycle rides through the Arizona desert to support her father’s business. She’s probably crossed your name off a presale ticket list or served you a beer somewhere around town. An undergrad degree in poetry means she has lots of unpractical knowledge about iambic pentameter, while a brief stint as a copy editor for Alternative Press taught her that twenty one pilots is stylized in all lowercase letters. Wanna throw a party in a vacant parking lot? She’s interested. At the onset of COVID-19, Stephanie took on the role...

More Local Stories

Eat Play Stay Orlando: Sanford

On this episode of Eat Play Stay Orlando explore what’s new in the Northern part of town. Sanford has a plethora of breweries, bars, and delicious dining options to choose from.

Hometown Tragedy: The Pike County Massacre

On this episode of Hometown Tragedy: Missing in Milwaukee, we’ll explore what happened to Jerica Banks, her children, and how it impacted their community.

Six New Orleans parks that are perfect locations to celebrate 4th of July

Head to one of these six New Orleans parks to celebrate Independence Day in the city.

Cheap Date Orlando: Punk Rock & Pooches

Two Orlando couples shop vintage, search for the perfect slice, visit a post-apocalyptic saloon, and take the stage on blind dates in Orlando.

Fit and Fab: Free summer workouts in Boston

Cover photo courtesy Getty Images Looking to get fit for the summer? Still wary of COVID-19 or just looking for some sunshine while you sweat? Here are some Boston free summer workouts across the city so you can keep moving all season long! Seaport Sweat May 2 to Sept. 29 Boston’s biggest free workout series…

What’s On the Menu?: Farm-to-table

The farm-to-table movement brings locally grown foods to your plate. Not only will enjoying farm-to-table meals allow you to indulge in fresh, nutritional, seasonal dishes, but farm-to-table dining helps the environment and supports the local economy.  Check out these delicious farm-to-table restaurants in Greenville, South Carolina on the latest episode of What’s On the Menu?. …

A guide to some of the best Black-owned brunch spots in NOLA

Gather the crew together, make those reservations, and celebrate all things Black at brunch. 

A guide to Pittsburgh’s summer events must-do list

Check out our roundup below for the can’t-miss events happening in the city over the next few months.

Eat Play Stay Orlando: Tarpon Springs

In this episode of Eat Play Stay Orlando you’ll be transported to a thriving Greek community nestled on Florida’s gulf coast. From sponge diving to flaming cheese to a Greek bakery that supplies a ginormous amount of baklava to the entire country, you’re sure to fall in love with Greek culture in Tarpon Springs, Florida.

Dorchester doughnuts that pack a paczki

These traditional Polish pastries are the real deal.

new orleans parks

Six New Orleans parks that are perfect locations to celebrate 4th of July

Head to one of these six New Orleans parks to celebrate Independence Day in the city.

A guide to Pittsburgh’s summer events must-do list

Check out our roundup below for the can’t-miss events happening in the city over the next few months.

Exploring the history of Pittsburgh’s Chinatown

At one time, there was even an informal Chinatown mayor to act as a community liaison.

Painting My Way Through Life: Pittsburgh (And Beyond) Through The Eyes of Artist Ron Donoughe

Ron Donoughe has spent over 30 years painting the Pennsylvania landscape, especially Pittsburgh. When you don’t find him capturing the spirit of his paintings on location, you’ll likely find him in his Lawrenceville studio – where he’s watched the neighborhood transform through his windows.

With a potential sale of his building looming in 2022, we chatted with Donoughe about his artistic journey thus far, what might come next, and Pittsburgh through his eyes.