Mar. 14 is coming up. Do you know what that means? It’s Pi(e) Day. You can spend the whole day eating pies and not feel bad — it’s just being festive. Here’s a list of 14 places to get sweet and/or savory pies on 3.14.

SWEET

Stop by Kaminsky’s (78 N. Market St.) for a slice of pie and wash it down with a cool dessert drink.

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Gala Desserts (829 Savannah Highway) is always baking something delicious.

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Go test out Sugar Bakeshop‘s (59 1/2 Cannon St.) new pecan pie recipe.

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A tart is a pie, depending on who you ask. Check out Early Bird Diner’s (1644 Savannah Highway) rotating and steady dessert specials.

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Not all pies are baked in the oven. Get an ice cream sandwich with pie filling at Peace Pie (23 Meeting St. and 509 King St.)

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Charleston Bakery (10957 Dorchester Rd.) has an array of pies waiting for you to eat.

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Luckhaus & Brubaker Sweets and Treats (1939 Maybank Highway) keeps it flaky on their pie crusts.

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Pie for breakfast? Say no more at Millers All Day (120 King St.)

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SAVORY

Let’s not forget about pizza pies! Paisano’s has two locations on James Island (1246 Camp Rd.) and in West Ashley (1798 Ashley River Rd.)

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If you prefer savory rather than sweet, Uneeda Sicilian (624 1/2 Rutledge Ave.) breaks the circle of pie.

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We heart pie hearts from Slice Co., now in West Ashley (1662 Savannah Hwy.)

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There’s more than meets the pie at Luke’s Craft Pizza (271 Ashley Ave.)

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Thick crusts and stretchy cheese at Ember Wood Fire Kitchen (656 Long Point Rd.)

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It’s hard to resist looking at the pie in the oven at Monza Pizza (451 King St.)

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Nimbo Pizza (161 Rutledge Ave.) like to add fungi for a funpie.

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