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In Honor of National Pie Day, Here Are 4 Places to Snag Free Pie Each Week
Pie, pie, me oh my, none of these places will make you buy –– OK, that’s not entirely true, but I needed something to rhyme with “pie.”
But seriously, you can enjoy some free pie without waiting for National Pie Day to come around each year on Jan. 23, because these four restaurants celebrate pie every week. Just keep in mind you do have to eat your dinner first –– or breakfast or lunch or whatever time of day calls for a free slice of pie.
So pie, pie, if you want some free pie, here are four places worth stopping by.
Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
Perkins just might give you a reason to love Mondays –– and a reason to join a society: the Pie Society Monday, that is.
If you’re craving pie for lunch or dinner, or maybe even as a second breakfast, then head over to your local Perkins between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. to enjoy a nice slice of free pie with the purchase of any entree.
It doesn’t take a village to make a pie –– or eat one –– but it does take a Village Inn to get some free pie.
Starting at 10 a.m. every Wednesday, Village Inn serves up a free slice of classic fruit pie, White Chocolate Cherry Dream or coconut cream pie with any dine-in purchase. The restaurant takes its Free Pie Wednesday seriously — it even has a countdown on its website.
O’Charley’s Restaurant + Bar
This American comfort food chain also celebrates Free Pie Wednesday with a free slice of any O’Charley’s pie to complement a dine-in entree.
Whether you love apple, cherry, Southern pecan, French silk or some “ooey gooey caramel” with a graham cracker crust pie –– um, yum –– O’Charley’s sounds like the place to be in the middle of the week.
Bakers Square Restaurant & Bakery
This casual restaurant chain is known for its pies, so it’s no surprise that, just like Village Inn, Bakers Square has a Free Pie Wednesday countdown timer too.
Every Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. until close, you can enjoy a free slice of pie with any menu item purchase. And it’s no mystery why Bakers Square is known for its pies — you only have 26 choices –– from classic fruit pies to pies a la mode –– me oh my, that’s a lot of choices for a free slice of pie.
Jessica Gray is an editorial assistant at The Penny Hoarder. Despite her movie reference throughout this post, she doesn’t actually love pie –– but if it’s free, she’ll give it a try.