About Pi Pizza

Pi Pizza's menu uses locally sourced, house made, one-of-a-kind ingredients that will keep you coming back for more. Cherry Pie Hospitality’s owner Lee Ellis and partner, Anthony Calleo, officially launched Pi Pizza brick and mortar restaurant at 181 Heights Blvd. After Calleo spent 4 1/2 years in his Pi Pizza Truck, his dreams have become a reality.

Pi Pizza’s new menu starts with scratch-made Apps, Salads, Sandwiches and 20 pizzas but you can also make your own or order one of the weekly specials. Pizzas come in 12” or 16” and the list features just some of the all-time favorites from the original Pi Pizza Truck. Locally sourced ingredients include several varieties of Dairymaids’ cheeses, Broken Arrow Ranch Wild TX Venison Sausage and Bravado Spice. Straight from Brooklyn is Mike’s Hot Honey - a honey that is infused with chili and mixed with a little vinegar – which is featured on the Fancy Pants/Fancy Hair pizza. And, there’s meat – lots of meats straight from P.G. Molinari and Sons, Inc. in San Francisco.

Favorites to try are, of course, The Southern Heritage, Who’s The Mac and a soon to be a new favorite, Lee’s Pizza is made with special Lee’s Cheese, Not-Your-Parent’s Pepperoni, house made Italian sausage and spicy fresh jalapeños.

The drink menu includes frozen cocktails, craft beer and draft wine. Drinks also include individually bottled cocktails, some include an Old Fashioned, Hanoi High Five, Pin up Girl Punch, Comeback Kid.

Desserts are fresh chocolate chip cookies from Petite Sweets and four boozy flavors of Lee’s Creamery ice cream. Flavors include an Old Fashioned and great beers flavors from two different local breweries, 8th Wonder Brewery and Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co.

Designed by Ellis and Kevin Stewart | Architect out of Austin, the interior décor of Pi Pizza pays homage to Calleo’s original food truck and features pops of turquoise throughout the tan and black 2,000 square foot space. One wall of the restaurant features a skate board art installation by Dave MacDowell from Los Angeles. Twenty-one skate boards are hung on the wall painted with various images, primarily related to skate/punk themes.