Celebrate Pi Day on March 14 With a Slice Of One of These Pizza PiesCategory: Food
You don’t need to be a math expert to get in on the fun of Pi Day, which is the annual celebration of the mathematical constant π that is held on March 14. Instead, all you need is a pizza slicer.
This Pi Day, leave the math problems at your Elm apartment and instead, head to one of these pizzerias near home for a “pie” that everyone can get in on. Whether you’re into pepperoni, Hawaiian or just a plain pie, these pizzas are our favorite way to celebrate this funky holiday.
Mamma Lucia, located at 4916 Elm St, Bethesda which is a three minute walk from your Elm apartment, is a local chain serving pizza, pasta and other Italian classics in a relaxed setting.
Mamma Lucia is owned by Bruno and Jimmy, who have opened restaurants in Bethesda, Olney and Rockville. With Bruno’s dedication to the freshest ingredients and Jimmy’s drive for outstanding customer service, the results are a winning combination. Both spend the majority of their time in the restaurants, so it is quite likely that you will see them on your next visit to Mamma Lucia!
Cheesy Pizzi, located at 8021 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda which is a three minute drive from your Elm apartment, is a no-nonsense counter-serve joint offering classic and specialty pizzas plus casual Italian fare.
From using all-natural ingredients to making dough and bread fresh daily, the owners of Cheesy Pizzi have made it a priority to keep authenticity and a commitment to quality since opening Cheesy Pizzi, following their other restaurant Tempo Pizza, which was once a popular eatery in Bethesda.
4916 Elm St, Bethesda, MD 20814
8021 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, MD 20814