Meet the Owner

Started by a firefighter tired of having to buy the whole pie or slice when all he wanted was a few bites. Hence, the name Pi-bytes! He decided that he wasn't the only one who felt this way. So he ventured out and made his creation. The response was overwhelming! Family and friends fell in love with Pi-bytes. He began to get requests to supply Pi-bytes for baby showers, family functions, and general day to day eating. Pi-bytes seemed to be a success. We have now been in the pie business for 4 years and we are doing great. We have shipped all over the United States as far west as California and as far east as Martha's Vineyard. We are delighted that people of different genres find our pi-bytes tasty and irresistible and continue to strive to reach all audiences.


Our mission is to bring Pi-bytes World Wide. We want to share this whimsical and savory dessert with the planet. We're a family based company who believes that good food promotes good business. All orders are prepared from scratch using fresh ingredients. We pride ourselves on being a business who has stepped out of the box to give people what they really want and enjoy. We are continuing our efforts to bring you unique and delicious treats that pleases the palate.


Pi-bytes is constantly making efforts to broaden our horizon through flavors and community outreach. We are always looking for ways to give back to the community. A few charitable functions that Pi-bytes has been apart of are heart walk, red ribbon week, and colon cancer awareness to name a few. If you would like Pi-bytes to be a part of your charitable event please contact us for more information.


In the Press


"Today we'd like to introduce you to Darrell Sprattling.

Thanks for sharing your story with us Darrell. So, let's start at the beginning and we can move on from there.

I have always enjoyed cooking. In the beginning of 2008, I decided I wanted to open up my own Tapas Restaurant. So, I began making my signature dishes. I would invite people over to taste my creations. They would then, let me know what should stay and go on the menu. I had everything ready for the restaurant; except funds. My wife had grown ill due to complications with her thyroid and I didn't have the proper insurance for her to have the surgery she needed. In Sept 2009, I to accepted a job over in Iraq as a contract firefighter so she could have her surgery and I could save money for the restaurant. Initially, I planned to do 2 or 3 years but was unable to stay longer than a year. While on my first vacation in Jan 2009, my wife had a total thyroidectomy. She was placed in ICU due to her airway closing. After she recovered, I returned to Iraq to finish my contract."



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