Pi is a very important mathematical concept. While it probably goes on forever, the first several digits of pi are 3.14. Consequently, March 14th is celebrated around the world as Pi Day. On Pi Day, it has become traditional to celebrate by eating a delicious slice of pie or two. So you can properly celebrate your pie day, check out any of these fine bakeries in Baltimore.
Dangerously Delicious Pies
2839 O’Donnell St.
Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 522-7437

Of course going to a place called “Dangerously Delicious Pies” for Pie Day seems like a no-brainer. DDP is a one-of-a-kind combination of bakery and rock n’ roll, having been founded by rock star Rodney “The Pie Man” Henry, front man for the Glenmont Popes. DDP serves nothing but pie, although some of its pies are entrees – like shepherds pies and meat pies – rather than deserts. For Pie Day, there are no rules or restrictions, but if you are coming in to get your hands on a savory slice of desert-based goodness, prepare to be blown away by the awesome selection of hand-made pies with no additives or preservatives.

Hamilton Bakery
5414 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD 21214
(410) 254-0797

Drop on by the Hamilton Bakery for Pie Day and be sure to hang out while you enjoy your slice and enjoy the cozy environment and upscale atmosphere with the big, comfy couch and free WiFi. So far as the pies go, Hamilton Bakery is decidedly creative in its recipes. In the past the menu has featured such interesting items as red velvet whoopi pies, pumpkin whoopi pies and good, old fashioned apple pie. However, the menu is subject to regular change, so don’t be surprised when new and different pies grace the display case.

Woodlea Bakery
4905 Belair Road
Baltimore, MD 21206
(410) 488-7717

Woodlea has been serving Maryland for over 65 years, and excel in all of the fine baked goods it creates. You may order on sight or ahead of time and have the order waiting when you arrive. Woodlea’s line of pies is more impressive than many bakeries, including such treats as fruit pies, year-round pumpkin pie, sweet potato pie and strawberry cream pie, in addition to all of the usual suspects. The pies also come in six, eight or nine inches to serve anyone – from an individual to a party. If you want an entire personal pie for Pie Day, Woodlea’s is definitely your destination.

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Pariser’s Bakery
6711 Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, MD 21215
(410) 764-1700

Conveniently located in the Brookhill Shopping Center, Pariser’s Bakery is Kosher Bakery and a long-standing fixture of the community. It goes out of its way to cater to the Orthodox community, but even if you aren’t Jewish you’ll enjoy the fine quality that Pariser’s puts into every product it puts in the display. If you happen to have any kind of dietary concerns, Pariser’s is careful to bake according to your particular needs, which is why most of the pies come in both regular and no-sugar variety. And speaking of the pies, the selection offered by Pariser’s is mouth watering to say the least. All your favorites are on the menu, including apple, blueberry, boston cream, cherry, chocolate, lemon and peach.

Fenwick Bakery
7219 Harford Road
Parkville, MD 21234
(410) 444-6410

Fenwick Bakery has over a 100 year legacy in Maryland, passing down from a proud Swedish immigrant tradition. While it has closed and re-opened a few times under different names, and at new locations, the legacy has remained attached to the original family, and the old-country quality of baking has remained ingrained in the goods it has produced since 1913. Stop in on Pie Day and grab a personal fruit tart (sure not to disappoint), or a good, old fashioned pie from its old traditional menu of things like cheese, custard, mince or royal. Or grab any of the more familiar fruit pies, like apple or cherry. If you want to make your own pie for the special day, Fenwick actually sells its in-house recipe pie shells or dough for those who want some do-it-yourself action.

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Joel Furches is a freelance writer and researcher for The Examiner and Logos Software, and also manages his own catalog of writing on Hub Pages. Joel is on the board of directors for Ratio Christi. He has a bachelors in Psychology and a Masters in Education.