Blaze Pizza will celebrate Pi Day, March 14, by offering $3.14 pizzas on that day.
Blaze Pizza will celebrate Pi Day, on Monday, March 14, by offering $3.14 pizzas.
The fast-casual restaurant in Brentwood’s CityPark development is celebrating Pi Day by inviting guests to build their own artisanal pizzas for just $3.14.
Originally imagined as a unconventional pop-up event three years ago, Blaze’s Pi Day celebration has become a fan favorite and an annual tradition for the company. Last year on March 14, they served over 75,000 pizzas for $3.14 each. This year, they expect to double that number.
Pi is a symbol in mathematics representing the ratio of a circle’s circumfrence to its diameter.
“As we say at Blaze, be there or be square,” Blaze’s Tennessee Operating Partner Mike Niznik said in a press release announcing the promotion.
Blaze will also launch its new Snapchat channel on March 14, with a “Be There Or Be Square” flash promo as part of its story that day. The username is @blazepizza. The Snapchat channel will feature peeks being the scenes at restaurant openings, pop-up pizza party events and occasional takeovers by guest Snappers.
The restaurant first debuted in 2012, serving custom-built pizzas, freshly made salads, house-made lemonades and s’more pies. Each restaurant has an assembly line format that allows guests to customize one of the menu’s signature pizzas or create their own.
The pizzas are generously sized, cost under $8 and are cooked in 180 seconds in an open-flame oven, the centerpiece of the restaurant.
Blaze Pizza also offers gluten-free dough and vegan cheese available.
The Brentwood Blaze Pizza is located at CityPark at 7011 Executive Center Drive. They will be participating in the Pi Day event from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Monday, March 14.
For more information, visit www.blazepizza.com.