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We couldn’t resist the opportunity to highlight some of the fabulous women-owned, minority-owned, family-owned, LGBTQ-owned, native-owned pie and pizza businesses where you can celebrate Pi Day!

Are we missing your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

A la Mode Pies, owned by Chris Porter. Our founder’s favorite is the Star Spangled Cherry pie, but in all honesty, you can’t go wrong. #lgbtqowned **multiple locations**

Happy Grillmore, owned by Kryse and Darren McGill. Burgers, yes. But also delicious hand pies, uniquely a la mode thanks to co-located Central District Ice Cream. #familyowned #minorityowned #nativeowned #womanowned

Hot Mama’s Pizza, owned by Krista and David Nelson. Thin crust New York-style pizza. #familyowned #womanowned

Pie Bar – Ballard, owned by Natalie Stroeve. Cocktails + Pie is a recipe for awesome. #womanowned #familyowned

Pie, owned by Renee Steen and Jessamy Whitsitt. Sweet pie, savory pie, pot pie, mini pie. All the pie. #womanowned

Pizza Pi, owned by Rex Ray and Meredith Monroe. Vegan pizza. #familyowned #womanowned

Simply Soulful, owned by Barbara Collins & Lillian Rambus. It all began with sweet potato pie! #black-owned #familyowned #minorityowned #womanowned

Tutta Bella, owned by Brian and Joseph Fugere. Certified authentic Neapolitan pizza. #familyowned #lgbtqowned **multiple locations**

Additional ins-PIE-ring options

Hood Famous Cafe + Bar, owned by Chera Amlag and Geo Quibuyen. Buko pie. Enough said. #familyowned #minorityowned #womanowned

Piroshki on 3rd, owned by Alyssa Anderson. Serving mini sweet pies today to celebrate Pi Day! #minorityowned #womanowned

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