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Peanut Butter & Co.
Sandwich Shop$$
Today 11AM–9PM
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New York University 240 Sullivan St New York, NY 10012
240 Sullivan StreetUSNew YorkNew York10012
$$Sandwich Shop, Fast Food Restaurant
Sandwich Shop
Fast Food Restaurant
Family Restaurant
Takeout Restaurant
Today 11AM–9PM
Monday 11AM–9PMTuesday 11AM–9PMWednesday 11AM–9PMThursday 11AM–9PMFriday 11AM–10PMSaturday 11AM–10PMSunday 11AM–9PM
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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Anne Me
a week ago
When I had my baby, breastfeeding brought a very strong craving for peanut butter in me. As I thought over the different brands in the jelly isle my eyes zoomed in on This brand mostly due to the fact that it had sweetness blended in (i.e., chocolate, honey, white chocolate, etc) and I sure as hell was craving sweets. I took home the jar with blended honey. WOW, I fell in love. It really hit the spot as far as my craving was concerned. A week later I made another trip and bought the white chocolate flavor and that was even MORE WOW. This brand has really outdone themselves as far as peanut butter is concerned. I never thought peanut butter would become such an integral part of my life but I'm sure glad this brand is around to satisfy my peanut cravings. I'm so happy I discovered this brand and recommend it to all my friends and family as though it will miraculously save their lives or heal some sort of their illness. But I tell ya, flavor this good sure can lift your mood and make you feel a lot less sick than you were. Disclaimer: peanut butter has not been known to treat the mentally ill, restore failed relationships or bring the dead back to life. And also, I did not visit their restaurant so unfortunately haven't been able to overpay for a mere pb and j sandwich I could've made at home for $0.50. I just purchased their brand in my local market and absolutely love it.
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Patrick Madden
6 months 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 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. Update: since last time I've ordered from here on a a few occasions with some friends. Every time it hurts my wallet, but always seems worth it. I tried recreating some of the sandwiches on my own and just couldn't do it.
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Joseph Wieczorek
8 months ago
I came here with my family on Saturday, May 23, 2015. We sat down and took menus to decide what we wanted. The RUDE, RUDE, RUDE woman working behind the counter--slowly with the 3 people in line, I might add--came over to our table to chide us because "customers wanted to sit down." Ummm...We were customers, and there was only 1 table taken. Had she been quicker in line with those 3 people in line, we would have been able to order. She was offensive and everything that everyone says bad about New Yorkers was embodied in this older woman who clearly doesn't have business sense. We left without buying anything, but thank you, Peanut Butter and Company. A jar of Skippy and your unique menu left us with great ideas of how to prepare them. Please don't complain when you go out of business because you don't have customers. You let 4 people walk out the door because you would rather show that you're in charge than sell. Being civil goes a long way, Mrs. Peanut.
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stanton lloyd
2 months ago
Awesome place, had the bees knees it was really tasty. Love the chips and veggies that came with it
Nicholas Winters
a month ago
Tasty sandwich, but 8 dollars for a peanut butter sandwich? No thanks. The lady that works the register also makes drinks and busses the tables at a pace that can only be described as "glacial", so it takes forever to order and get a table cleaned so you can sit down.
Blablabla Yea
a week ago
i paid $15 for a milkshake and a pj and j sandwich. but props to their seamless website for having deceptive descriptions in their menu lol
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Malea Grubb
4 months ago
Cute, niche place. If you love peanut butter, you'll be happy here. Personally I think it's overpriced, but it's probably great for kids.
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Marc Starvaggi
3 months ago
The sandwiches are great, but they're also peanut butter sandwiches and you're paying a restaurant price for them. A fun place to try, not frequent.