William Russel Frisbie moved to Bridgeport, Connecticut to open and operate a bakery. By 1958, the factory he founded was producing 80 thousand pies a day, and the company delivered every single order on disc-shaped sheet metal tins. In 1920, students at nearby Yale University started to throw these pie tins around, and use them for sports. There’s lots of space at Lupa for throwing frisbees as you like.