Pi(e) Squared: A Pi Day Party w/Piebird & Roundabout Brewery on 3.14

Buy your tickets and make it a PIE-ority // We’ll have Piebird pies and Roundabout beers to celebrate everyone’s favorite irrational number.

by Stephanie Brea
February 24, 2020


We have been closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Pittsburgh. We have made the tough decision to cancel our events for Saturday 3/14 and Sunday 3/15.

If you have purchased tickets for Pi(e) Squared on Saturday or Sunny Side Up Brunch on Sunday we will be issuing refunds through Eventbrite. We will continue to monitor the situation locally and nationally as we make decisions about future events beyond this weekend. Our intent is to reschedule these events for the future, as the situation permits.

If you have any questions about our events – please contact us. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

We’ve put together a guide on who to follow for Pittsburgh specific coronavirus updates

Pi(e) Squared is back (is that Pie Squared 2?) Join us Saturday, March 14th from 4 pm to 6 pm and celebrate everyone’s favorite nationally recognized math/pie mashup — Pi Day.

Tickets for Pi(e) Squared are available here.

What’s Going on for Pi(e) Day?

We have arranged some sweet, $3.14 deals.

Piebird will be slinging their signature square slices of pie. Flavors to be determined. Get a slice for $3.14 (plus you can preorder more slices at $6 if you are afraid you won’t be able to decide, or if you want to take some home).

Roundabout Brewery will be on-site pouring beers, and your first one is that same, low, $3.14 price.

While PI is an irrational number with decimals that go on seemingly forever, this PIE deal does not. We’re not mathematicians, but we’ve calculated that this is almost half off regular prices. Tickets are required to get special pricing; limited availability.

If you want a piece of this action, grab your tickets here: https://bit.ly/PIESQ


Totally enthusiastic about PIE, but does the mention of “PI” have you recollecting the failing grade you received in middle school math class? Don’t worry, we’ve got a special guest coming to explain “Pi in Five” — a crash course in all things pi.

We will be popping up right down the street from Piebird’s Lawrenceville commissary kitchen. Meet us at 5310 Butler St., which, yes, was the former home of Full Pint’s Wild Side Pub.


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 digits of pi and is also, coincidentally, Albert Einstein’s birthday.

The Details: Pi(e) Squared on March 14

Pi(e) Squared 2

  • Date: Saturday, March 14
  • Time: 4pm to 6pm
  • Location: 5310 Butler St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201 (this space was the Full Pint Wild Side Pub)
  • Tickets: Grab a slice of Pie Bird Pie & a beer for $6.28. Tickets are required for the discount. Grab yours here: https://bit.ly/PIESQ
  • Facebook Event for Pi(e) Squared – invite your friends!


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...

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