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.
Stop by Kaminsky’s (78 N. Market St.) for a slice of pie and wash it down with a cool dessert drink.
Gala Desserts (829 Savannah Highway) is always baking something delicious.
Go test out Sugar Bakeshop‘s (59 1/2 Cannon St.) new pecan pie recipe.
A tart is a pie, depending on who you ask. Check out Early Bird Diner’s (1644 Savannah Highway) rotating and steady dessert specials.
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.)
Charleston Bakery (10957 Dorchester Rd.) has an array of pies waiting for you to eat.
Luckhaus & Brubaker Sweets and Treats (1939 Maybank Highway) keeps it flaky on their pie crusts.
Pie for breakfast? Say no more at Millers All Day (120 King St.)
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.)
If you prefer savory rather than sweet, Uneeda Sicilian (624 1/2 Rutledge Ave.) breaks the circle of pie.
We heart pie hearts from Slice Co., now in West Ashley (1662 Savannah Hwy.)
There’s more than meets the pie at Luke’s Craft Pizza (271 Ashley Ave.)
Thick crusts and stretchy cheese at Ember Wood Fire Kitchen (656 Long Point Rd.)
It’s hard to resist looking at the pie in the oven at Monza Pizza (451 King St.)
Nimbo Pizza (161 Rutledge Ave.) like to add fungi for a funpie.