What to Know
- Saturday, Jan. 23
- Black Angus Steakhouse (delivery or pick-up only)
- Sky-High Mud Pie is $2.50 per slice with purchase of an entrée
There are some national food holidays that have so much good ground to cover, and so many different aspects to address of a certain eat-fun dish, that spreading the holiday out, over a few different dates, is the only sensible solution.
Take, for example, all of the occasions devoted to pie.
While there is a single, solely dedicated day of pie on the calendar, there are also several pie-oriented days that focus on specific styles and flavors.
But if you want to honor the straight-up, here-it-is, generalized pie party event, it happens on Jan. 23 each year.
And Jan. 23 in 2021?
It's a Saturday, and everyone knows that Saturdays are the most pie-perfect days of all.
Your local dessert shop may be doing a special on pies that day, but, if not, ordering a slice or whole dish o' pie for pick-up or takeout would surely help them during this challenging time.
But if you're a maven of a classic and decadent mud pie, you've got a deal to consider: Black Angus is pricing its Sky-High Mud Pie at $2.50, with an entrée purchase, on Jan. 23.
Just be sure to order pick-up or delivery, and don't forget to purchase that main dish to get the deal on this decadent dessert.
As for what's in the rich slice of perfect piedom?
The Sky-High Mud Pie includes "... a chocolate cookie crumb crust filled with fudge-swirled mocha almond ice cream."
That sounds luscious on National Pie Day, and on any other day of the year.