National Pie Day will be served up on Tuesday, Jan. 23 and many Americans savor a slice of the popular dessert.

Pie is so popular that there’s two different National Pie Days. It’s celebrated Dec. 1 in addition to Jan. 23, which is the more popularly celebrated, according to the National Day Calendar site.

The Jan. 23rd National Pie Day is also often confused with National Pi Day which is celebrated on March 14 to honor the mathematical constant 3.14. Both days though have deals for pie lovers.

Restaurant chain Shoney’s is offering a pie special for the National Pie Day on Tuesday.

You can get a free slice of its made-in-house Strawberry Pie with purchase of an entrée or the All You Care To Eat Fresh Food Bar at Shoney’s. (Participation may vary, while supplies last.)
Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, Shoney’s has 61 locations in 16 states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

The restaurants sells 2 million slices of its made-in-house Strawberry Pies each year, the company says.

“Every day is Pie Day at Shoney’s and on National Pie Day’s, the treat is on us,” Shoney’s chairman and CEO David Davoudpour told USA TODAY.

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