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Peanut Butter & Co.
Sandwich Shop$$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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New York University 240 Sullivan St New York, NY 10012
240 Sullivan StreetUSNew YorkNew York10012
$$Sandwich Shop, Fast Food Restaurant
Sandwich Shop
Fast Food Restaurant
Family Restaurant
Takeout Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
In 1998 The Peanut Butter & Co. Sandwich Shop opened as a a cozy little shop in Greenwich Village NYC, famous for making the world's greatest peanut butter sandwiches.
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Cafe selling its imaginative assortment of peanut butters in eat-in sandwiches & take-out jars.- Google
"The Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter really is the stuff of dreams."
"Can't understand why anyone would pay $7 for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich!"
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Patrick Madden
2 weeks ago
The sandwiches are pretty good, and have some interesting combinations of flavors I would never have thought to combine. This being said, none of the sandwiches are anything insanely unique that you could only get here - you could make every sandwich yourself at home for a fraction of the cost. The $6.00 to $8.50 cost is really very steep for a peanut butter sandwich. I get that they make their own peanut butter, but I couldn't tell the difference between it and a store bought brand. But that's beside the point. After hearing so much about this place, I was just really curious to see how it tasted. I went for the first time today and ordered a fluffernutter sandwich and a vanilla shake. It tasted pretty good, and the peanut butter was really creamy. Again, something you could easily make yourself. What really annoyed me was when the guy was making my shake just left it blending in the machine for almost 5 minutes while he went to talk to someone in the kitchen. By the time he came out and turned off the mixer with my shake in it, I basically had a glass of milk. It was a poor excuse for a shake because it was just so thin. To make matters worse, he only filled about 3/4 of the cup. Really disappointing, and I feel like I got ripped off. To top off the employee's rude and condescending attitudes, there are these great little signs everywhere that make sure customers are aware of the rules, like no cellphones and the minimum purchase amount they require. I've never seen anything like that anywhere. A sign that literally says, you need to spend at least $5 per person here. Granted, the menu prices are so high it would be hard not to. I won't be going out of my way to visit this place again, but if I happen to walk past I might grab a bite.
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Ruth E.
4 months ago
I'm in love with the Dark Chocolate Dreams! 😘 I've never been to the actual store but sending you guys some love from Miami☀️! Keep those chocolate dreams coming. ❤️
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Sammi Hembree
a year ago
Peanut Butter & Co. is adorable. It's a really small shop with limited seating, but Washington Square Park is right nearby, and the items here make great picnic food. It is a very family-friendly environment--I'm pretty sure they had Disney Pandora playing when I was there. Also, the staff is so helpful. You don't always run into such friendly employees in New York. The food was great. You have so many options to choose from--you can put any of the peanut butter flavors on any item you order. I had the Jerry Seinfeld Comedy Special with the maple peanut butter, as per suggestion of the cashier, and it was perfection. There are also items that do not feature peanut butter, so if you're going with someone who isn't a huge fan, they can still find something they might like.
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Andrew Froehlich
a year ago
I came for lunch on a Sunday afternoon. I'm a huge peanut butter lover and I have tried several of PB & Co.'s flavors. Honestly, I wasn't especially impressed with the peanut butter flavors. I prefer standard plain peanut butter, but I still wanted to check the place out. The shop is very, very small. There are probably seats for 5 or 6 parties of 2-4, but it is very cramped with that setup. The place was pretty full when I went, and it showed behind the counter. Stuff was coming out relatively slow, and there were several order mess-ups in the time I was there, including an order accidentally being made twice, which I believe just got tossed. But onto the food... I got the Heat is On gourmet sandwich, which uses the Heat is On spicy peanut butter with chilled grilled chicken and pineapple jam, and my wife got the classic Elvis. It took far longer to come out than we expected, but we were happy with the food. You have choices for white/wheat bread, toasted or not, and peanut butter substitution. Additionally, the sandwiches come with a few carrot sticks and a mini-bag (1/2 oz) of potato chips. Both of our sandwiches were hot from the toasting, and the peanut butter was melting and gooey all over the place. The sandwiches were delicious and surprisingly filling, but super messy. The food was good, but a little pricey given we're talking about peanut butter sandwiches. The place was also very cramped and service wasn't great, but we enjoyed our experience overall.
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Christopher Westendorf
6 months ago
I came here with my family who has a slight peanut butter addiction. If you know anyone obsessed with peanut butter then this place has an amazing peanut butter menu they will love. We tried everything from a peanut butter cake, to a milkshake and a few sandwhiches such as the elvis. The elvis was amazing but the shake and the pie were so so.
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Ashley Hechler
4 months ago
I have a huge love for peanut butter! I come here every couple of months for years now. There are so many different varieties of peanut butter and there is options for non peanut butter lovers. My favorite is the turkey sandwich with lettuce and tomato with the mighty maple peanut butter. The restaurant is such a friendly environment for all ages.
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Lesjahn Davis-Bey
9 months ago
Simply delicious! They took an American staple and brought it to the next level. So many combinations and add on ingredients you could try, it would probably take you a month or two to go through them all. I had the Elvis sandwich... breathtakingly perfect combo! And they have different peanut butter flavors as well as cookies! If you are a peanut butter fan, this spot is definitely worth the dough (a little pricey).
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Sim Tracks
a year ago
scam hipster establishment. they are selling you Peanut Butter and Jelly on Bread for 10 times the cost of making it yourself. their specialty peanut butters that they make in-house, like dark-chocolate is not good and over priced for what tastes like mediocre generic brand peanut butter with a super sugar chocolate taste. white people will buy anything, and this is an example of that. their peanut butter sandwich variations, like with banana and stuff, are begging to be made at home. buy some Schmidt's white bread, some Natural Organic JIF and so sort of fruit preserve and make this at home.
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