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    Four Delicious Pie Spots for Pi Day

    National Pi Day is a day to celebrate pi (π),  the mathematical ratio that represents a circle’s circumference to its diameter, and pie (🥮) the delicious dessert. Why? Pi famously goes on forever without repeating but starts with 3.14 – like March 14. The leap from pi to pie is less “rational,” but everyone loves a good excuse to eat dessert!

    Check out some of our favorite places to grab a slice on National Pi Day. No math required.

     

    1. Red Arrow Diner

     

    Locations in Concord, Londonderry, Manchester, and Milford

     

    “I’m here for the dessert.” That’s what Martha Stewart said at her first visit to Red Arrow Diner, according to owner Carol Lawrence-Erickson. And with more than 35 cakes and pies in rotation (not to mention generous heapings of whipped cream toppings) it’s no question why their desserts are famous! An added bonus? Order any slice of coconut creme pie during the month of March for entry into a raffle to win a grand gift basket valued at $250.

     

    2. Buckley’s Bakery & Cafe

     

    Locations in Merrimack and Hollis

     

    Forget canned fillings and frozen pastry crust. At Buckley’s, bakery items are made fresh in-house each and every morning. Not a fan of sweet pies? Just take a look at their yelp page to see people raving about their chicken pot pie.

     

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    3. The Puritan

     

    245 Hooksett Rd, Manchester, NH 03104

     

    One of the best parts about getting a pie at The Puritan? The ice cream! Order your pie à la mode to pair it with the homemade ice cream that once nabbed The Puritan a spot as USA Today’s best ice cream parlor in NH.

     

    4. Lou’s Restaurant and Bakery

     

    30 South Main Street, Hanover, NH 03755

     

    Lou’s has been serving comforting, homemade pies to Dartmouth students and Hanover locals since 1947. Their sky-high apple pie stands at nearly 5 inches tall, stacked with layers of thin apple slices. USA Today once called it “world-class pie” in a classic small-town setting.

     

     

     

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