Peanut Butter & Co

★★★★☆
  • 240 Sullivan St

    New York, NY 10012

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  • 212-677-3995

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Peanut Butter & Co is a cute little place, great for a quick bite, or a first date. There was a rather extensive menu with so many interesting choices. I opted for the Sandwich Creation of the week, which was a thick mixture of fluff and chocolate dreams, sprinkled with almonds. Every sandwich comes with a side of carrot sticks, and potato chips, which I saved for later. I got a bottle of water, but my husband went with a glass of milk (which they have many varieties of). I think he made the better choice. I want to get back there to try the shakes and desserts- We were far too full after our sandwiches to indulge in them. But some of the kids at the table diagonal to us had them, and BOY did they look delicious.
I would recommend Peanut Butter & Co. to anyone who is wandering around in the area.

4
★★★★☆

Peanut Butter & Co is a cute little place, great for a quick bite, or a first date. There was a rather extensive menu with so many interesting choices. I opted for the Sandwich Creation of the week, which was a thick mixture of fluff and chocolate dreams, sprinkled with almonds. Every sandwich comes with a side of carrot sticks, and potato chips, which I saved for later. I got a bottle of water, but my husband went with a glass of milk (which they have many varieties of). I think he made the better choice. I want to get back there to try the shakes and desserts- We were far too full after our sandwiches to indulge in them. But some of the kids at the table diagonal to us had them, and BOY did they look delicious.
I would recommend Peanut Butter & Co. to anyone who is wandering around in the area.

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Theres this woman that works here and she is wonderful. Has my drink ready almost as soon as I walk in the door. They have great drinks and will always come here for my daily.

3
★★★★★

Theres this woman that works here and she is wonderful. Has my drink ready almost as soon as I walk in the door. They have great drinks and will always come here for my daily.

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A small nostalgic breakfast nook amidst NYU/Village madness, Peanut Butter & Co is adorned with wooden tables and peanut butter. Menu is mixed with throwback PB sandwiches--those that you hoped to find in your lunch box--and lunch staples like turkey or ham. The real jam is in its peanut butter, with homemade jars in white or dark chocolate, spicy, and maple syrup available to go for just $5 or $6.

The friendly staff, paraphernalia-like post cards, stuffed monkeys, and of course, peanut butter jars make PB & Co like the sweet-themed souvenir shops of Times Square, only a thousand times smaller with a down home feel.

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★★★☆☆

A small nostalgic breakfast nook amidst NYU/Village madness, Peanut Butter & Co is adorned with wooden tables and peanut butter. Menu is mixed with throwback PB sandwiches--those that you hoped to find in your lunch box--and lunch staples like turkey or ham. The real jam is in its peanut butter, with homemade jars in white or dark chocolate, spicy, and maple syrup available to go for just $5 or $6.

The friendly staff, paraphernalia-like post cards, stuffed monkeys, and of course, peanut butter jars make PB & Co like the sweet-themed souvenir shops of Times Square, only a thousand times smaller with a down home feel.

Pros: Cute Feel, To-Die-For Jars To Go, Variety

Cons: Bit Small, Warm. Bit Pricey Sandwiches for Freakin' Peanut B

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Peanut butter in many varities, you say? I love it. Sandwiches here are served old school style, with carrot sticks and a bag of chips. You can even opt to have the crusts cut off your bread!

Located in Greenwich Village, this little store is always packed, and for good reason. If you are a peanut butter "nut" (ha ha) you may be adventurous and try the PB BLT (highly recommeded). Staples like the Fluffernutter are on the menu, of course, along with grilled cheese and tuna sandwiches for our friends with nut-allergies. Although, I'm not sure you would even venture into this store if you had a nut allergy...

For what you are getting, the price is slightly outrageous. Though, it is a real treat and the sandwiches are huge. Needless to say it is pretty kid-friendly so be prepared for many strollers, toddlers, etc. packed into a small space.

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★★★☆☆

Peanut butter in many varities, you say? I love it. Sandwiches here are served old school style, with carrot sticks and a bag of chips. You can even opt to have the crusts cut off your bread!

Located in Greenwich Village, this little store is always packed, and for good reason. If you are a peanut butter "nut" (ha ha) you may be adventurous and try the PB BLT (highly recommeded). Staples like the Fluffernutter are on the menu, of course, along with grilled cheese and tuna sandwiches for our friends with nut-allergies. Although, I'm not sure you would even venture into this store if you had a nut allergy...

For what you are getting, the price is slightly outrageous. Though, it is a real treat and the sandwiches are huge. Needless to say it is pretty kid-friendly so be prepared for many strollers, toddlers, etc. packed into a small space.

Pros: Variety of PB sandwich options

Cons: Small space

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Honestly, the headline says it all. They charge you the price of two containers of grocery store bought jelly and a loaf of bread for a kid to throw it carelessly together for you. Heaven forbid you'd rather have more carrots instead of chips, or two measly apple slices instead of carrots or chips. Then they'll throw a hissy fit and insist on charging an extra dollar. They react like you're trying to swap a few carrot sticks and a TINY bag of chips for a pound of caviar. As a local resident, I'm honestly shocked this place stays in business. Peanut Butter and Co is just busy, busy, busy perpetuating the crappy reputation of restaurants in this area which have very little regard for local customers - or any customers for that matter.

There's nothing 'comforting' about a PB & J sammich here. Thoughts of how little you get for your money and visions of snarky customer service will haunt you the entire time you're munching on it. Spare yourself!

0
★☆☆☆☆

Honestly, the headline says it all. They charge you the price of two containers of grocery store bought jelly and a loaf of bread for a kid to throw it carelessly together for you. Heaven forbid you'd rather have more carrots instead of chips, or two measly apple slices instead of carrots or chips. Then they'll throw a hissy fit and insist on charging an extra dollar. They react like you're trying to swap a few carrot sticks and a TINY bag of chips for a pound of caviar. As a local resident, I'm honestly shocked this place stays in business. Peanut Butter and Co is just busy, busy, busy perpetuating the crappy reputation of restaurants in this area which have very little regard for local customers - or any customers for that matter.

There's nothing 'comforting' about a PB & J sammich here. Thoughts of how little you get for your money and visions of snarky customer service will haunt you the entire time you're munching on it. Spare yourself!

Pros: Peanut butter is good comfort food

Cons: Not so comforting to your wallet, Poor service

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I had to go here after watching a segment on the food network about places in NY. I am from LA and was excited and delighted to come here and see that it was everything I expected- quaint, nostalgic and a primo destination for peanut butter lovers such as myself. I wish I could have tried everything on the menu (maybe next time I am on the east coast) but I absolutely had to get the fluffernutter- something I had only seen and heard about on TV. It was delicious of course- but really made me feel like a little kid again which I believe is the emotion this places wishes to evoke (and sucessfully does). Next time I go, I am definitely trying the Elvis sandwich- I thinks it has honey, bananas, and bacon (yum yum)!

2
★★★★★

I had to go here after watching a segment on the food network about places in NY. I am from LA and was excited and delighted to come here and see that it was everything I expected- quaint, nostalgic and a primo destination for peanut butter lovers such as myself. I wish I could have tried everything on the menu (maybe next time I am on the east coast) but I absolutely had to get the fluffernutter- something I had only seen and heard about on TV. It was delicious of course- but really made me feel like a little kid again which I believe is the emotion this places wishes to evoke (and sucessfully does). Next time I go, I am definitely trying the Elvis sandwich- I thinks it has honey, bananas, and bacon (yum yum)!

Pros: Peanut Butter Extravaganza

Cons: there isn't one in LA :(

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great lunch spot! I had the Elvis(peanut butter, honey, bananas on toasted bread) which was really good and fresh. I also had a banana vanilla milkshake which was good but a little over blended. Everyone I was with also enjoyed their food. The staff was very friendly and the place was clean. I highly recommend this restaurant for lunch or a snack but, only if you enjoy peanut butter.

2
★★★★☆

great lunch spot! I had the Elvis(peanut butter, honey, bananas on toasted bread) which was really good and fresh. I also had a banana vanilla milkshake which was good but a little over blended. Everyone I was with also enjoyed their food. The staff was very friendly and the place was clean. I highly recommend this restaurant for lunch or a snack but, only if you enjoy peanut butter.

Pros: awesome peanut butter

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Complete waste of money. I managed to spend ten bucks on half a sandwich (I threw the rest away) and a cold cup of coffee. I don't know how someone could botch making a peanut butter sandwich and handing it to me, but somehow the staff here pulled it off. Bottom line, I could make better sandwich for seventy-five cents and bring it to work with me.

If you really, really like peanut butter and you don't care if a restaurant charges you nearly twenty times what they spent preparing your food, this place might suit you. Unless you don't like surly workers who openly paw your food before they hand it to you.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Complete waste of money. I managed to spend ten bucks on half a sandwich (I threw the rest away) and a cold cup of coffee. I don't know how someone could botch making a peanut butter sandwich and handing it to me, but somehow the staff here pulled it off. Bottom line, I could make better sandwich for seventy-five cents and bring it to work with me.

If you really, really like peanut butter and you don't care if a restaurant charges you nearly twenty times what they spent preparing your food, this place might suit you. Unless you don't like surly workers who openly paw your food before they hand it to you.

Pros: Peanut butter, and lots of it

Cons: Unhealthy, overpriced, poor customer service

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This place is a really fun, cute place to have an interesting lunch. There are really great sandwhiches offered, with many different types of peanut butter. There are amazing shakes too. The peanut butter is available for sale, and I'd definitely recommend buying a jar. If you like peanut butter, you should definitely eat lunch here.

5
★★★★★

This place is a really fun, cute place to have an interesting lunch. There are really great sandwhiches offered, with many different types of peanut butter. There are amazing shakes too. The peanut butter is available for sale, and I'd definitely recommend buying a jar. If you like peanut butter, you should definitely eat lunch here.

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Now, at $5-8 per sandwich, this isn't the kind of place I'd frequent on a regular basis, but for a once-in-a-while nostalgic treat, Peanut Butter & Co's sweet, filling sandwiches h it the spot. Each sandwich comes with carrot sticks and potato chips and milk is about $1.60. There are also lots of other peanut-butter treats to choose from, including cookies, smoothies, and more.

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★★★★☆

Now, at $5-8 per sandwich, this isn't the kind of place I'd frequent on a regular basis, but for a once-in-a-while nostalgic treat, Peanut Butter & Co's sweet, filling sandwiches h it the spot. Each sandwich comes with carrot sticks and potato chips and milk is about $1.60. There are also lots of other peanut-butter treats to choose from, including cookies, smoothies, and more.

Pros: yummy sandwiches, cozy atmosphere

Cons: too expensive

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Waited almost 10 minutes for a PB&J sandwich, which I paid $5 for. When it finally arrived it had ever such a skinny spread of PB and, worst of all... THE BREAD WAS STALE. Yuck. I'd rather make my own. If you specialize in Peanut Butter, why not showcase it and give a good lathering on all of your sandwiches? Hopeless. Service was equally hopeless.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Waited almost 10 minutes for a PB&J sandwich, which I paid $5 for. When it finally arrived it had ever such a skinny spread of PB and, worst of all... THE BREAD WAS STALE. Yuck. I'd rather make my own. If you specialize in Peanut Butter, why not showcase it and give a good lathering on all of your sandwiches? Hopeless. Service was equally hopeless.

Pros: Their PB - but have you ever had bad PB?

Cons: Just awful - service, price, quality

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Great idea, but no! It just ends up becoming a hedonism that's not worth it! Not creative about their sandwiches or desserts, AT ALL! Just tasted like something I could have thrown together in 5 seconds, and possibly worse. NO.

1
★★☆☆☆

Great idea, but no! It just ends up becoming a hedonism that's not worth it! Not creative about their sandwiches or desserts, AT ALL! Just tasted like something I could have thrown together in 5 seconds, and possibly worse. NO.

Pros: The idea of it.

Cons: Just.... no.

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This is a great break in the monotony, decently priced, nice atmosphere and a fun place to relive your childhood. The food is good and they have smartly created and wide varieties of combos and a few good other food options to eat. I enjoyed it and it's all quite great EXCEPT:

1) Surprisingly, the peanut butter flavors were all runny! We got the sampler platter and each one was literally dripping off the bread, apples, carrots. It was disappointing that it was slightly thicker than honey and it was not heated up. For me, I disliked the consistency (and the red hot flavor - great flavors were: Chunky, raisin/cinnamon and white chocolate). I like peanut butter to be thicker, personally.
2) They were out of a lot of items like one type of bread, celery, seltzer (which ruined most of their fountain/egg cream drinks) and some desserts.
3) The staff was nice enough but only about 75% into doing a great job. Service was slow...it's like a bunch of teenagers were running the joint.
4) The tea selections were gross (I know this is not a big deal for this kind of venue but FYI).

All in all, it's more good than bad and I'd try it at least once - but I probably won't go again for another year due to the runny consistency of their peanut butters.

1
★★★☆☆

This is a great break in the monotony, decently priced, nice atmosphere and a fun place to relive your childhood. The food is good and they have smartly created and wide varieties of combos and a few good other food options to eat. I enjoyed it and it's all quite great EXCEPT:

1) Surprisingly, the peanut butter flavors were all runny! We got the sampler platter and each one was literally dripping off the bread, apples, carrots. It was disappointing that it was slightly thicker than honey and it was not heated up. For me, I disliked the consistency (and the red hot flavor - great flavors were: Chunky, raisin/cinnamon and white chocolate). I like peanut butter to be thicker, personally.
2) They were out of a lot of items like one type of bread, celery, seltzer (which ruined most of their fountain/egg cream drinks) and some desserts.
3) The staff was nice enough but only about 75% into doing a great job. Service was slow...it's like a bunch of teenagers were running the joint.
4) The tea selections were gross (I know this is not a big deal for this kind of venue but FYI).

All in all, it's more good than bad and I'd try it at least once - but I probably won't go again for another year due to the runny consistency of their peanut butters.

Pros: Novel Idea, Nostalgic, Cute, Basic Ambiance

Cons: Runny Peanut Butter, Slow & Disconnected Service, Out of some items

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this little sandwich shop is one of a kind! the sandwiches here are delicious and quite fun. the menu consists of many different options to choose from, as far as peanut butter sandwiches go. Of course, you can choose the traditional peanut butter and jelly, but you can also choose just about anything else that goes along with peanut butter. you can even have a chocolate chip cookie dough and peanut butter sandwich! The sandwiches are certainly rich and filling, but they are wonderful.

4
★★★★☆

this little sandwich shop is one of a kind! the sandwiches here are delicious and quite fun. the menu consists of many different options to choose from, as far as peanut butter sandwiches go. Of course, you can choose the traditional peanut butter and jelly, but you can also choose just about anything else that goes along with peanut butter. you can even have a chocolate chip cookie dough and peanut butter sandwich! The sandwiches are certainly rich and filling, but they are wonderful.

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I never went to a store that sells primarily peanut butter sandwiches. It does have a little twist to it. They let you add additional topping to the peanut butter like fruits and honey. They also have other food too. Their sandwichs tastes good, better than Skippy. It is expensive though. $5 for a peanut butter sandwich is a lot, but worth a try.

4
★★★★☆

I never went to a store that sells primarily peanut butter sandwiches. It does have a little twist to it. They let you add additional topping to the peanut butter like fruits and honey. They also have other food too. Their sandwichs tastes good, better than Skippy. It is expensive though. $5 for a peanut butter sandwich is a lot, but worth a try.

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i took my little sister here on saturday before seeing the circus and it was fun! sure, its $6 for a peanut butter sandwich, but this is ny & where else are you going to get interesting flavours like spicy peanut? i had their daily special sandwich, which happened to be chocolate peanut butter mint. delicious dark chocolate peanut butter with mint jelly. my little sis tried the cookie dough surprise cream cheese, chocolate chips, and peanut butter (smooth or crunchy). it didnt taste like its namesake, but it was interesting. sandwiches come with complimentary sides of chips and carrot sticks. staff are heavy-handed with the spreads. wash down your sandwich with a variety of milks/drinks. the store also sells a bunch of peanut related foods, so grab a jar of their gourmet peanut butters or a can of roasted peanuts ($5/can try the barbeque flavour).

2
★★★★☆

i took my little sister here on saturday before seeing the circus and it was fun! sure, its $6 for a peanut butter sandwich, but this is ny & where else are you going to get interesting flavours like spicy peanut? i had their daily special sandwich, which happened to be chocolate peanut butter mint. delicious dark chocolate peanut butter with mint jelly. my little sis tried the cookie dough surprise cream cheese, chocolate chips, and peanut butter (smooth or crunchy). it didnt taste like its namesake, but it was interesting. sandwiches come with complimentary sides of chips and carrot sticks. staff are heavy-handed with the spreads. wash down your sandwich with a variety of milks/drinks. the store also sells a bunch of peanut related foods, so grab a jar of their gourmet peanut butters or a can of roasted peanuts ($5/can try the barbeque flavour).

Pros: variety, satisfying, crusts cut on request

Cons: limited seating, stale pb cookies

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my friend and i decided that the guy who took our orders was yummy--probably yummier than the sandwich. the crust was a bit stale, the peanutbutter was a bit runny, and the potato chips had a funny (stale?) after taste. it was OKAY. they were out of bagles, the building is a bit cramped and over $9.oo for a sandwich and drink is a little much.

however i was full when i left.

also, when i asked for one sandwich, they were out of one of the ingredients so i ahd to get another (they couldn't run to a grceory store and pick it up when they ran out?! gosh....)

1
★★☆☆☆

my friend and i decided that the guy who took our orders was yummy--probably yummier than the sandwich. the crust was a bit stale, the peanutbutter was a bit runny, and the potato chips had a funny (stale?) after taste. it was OKAY. they were out of bagles, the building is a bit cramped and over $9.oo for a sandwich and drink is a little much.

however i was full when i left.

also, when i asked for one sandwich, they were out of one of the ingredients so i ahd to get another (they couldn't run to a grceory store and pick it up when they ran out?! gosh....)

Pros: cute employees, filling

Cons: stale food, cramped building, a bit expensive

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The peanut butter sandwiches here are awesome. I recommend the Elvis (peanut butter, honey and bananas). Sandwiches come with carrot sticks and potato chips. Some other variations include a spicy chicken peanut butter sandwich and a chocolate cherry peanut butter sandwich. Other food without peanut butter is offered for those who don't like peanut butter. The only thing I don't like about this place is that the sandwiches are overpriced. They range from $4 to $7.

PROS: So many choices
CONS: Expensive

4
★★★★☆

The peanut butter sandwiches here are awesome. I recommend the Elvis (peanut butter, honey and bananas). Sandwiches come with carrot sticks and potato chips. Some other variations include a spicy chicken peanut butter sandwich and a chocolate cherry peanut butter sandwich. Other food without peanut butter is offered for those who don't like peanut butter. The only thing I don't like about this place is that the sandwiches are overpriced. They range from $4 to $7.

PROS: So many choices
CONS: Expensive

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I have been to pb & co many times. Service is the worst part about this place due to alot of young teenagers running the show, what would you expect? The best part is their desserts, I love them and so does anyone else i have ever brought there. I would go there for dessert and the peanut butter sampler so you can pick what you would like to buy. I have also seen a plate with fire in the middle that is a smore maker, looks good. Skip the sandwiches and make them at home. They do sell a cookbook that includes all recipies, if you want just a sandwich I would spend the $16.00 on the book as this just about equals the cost of 2 sandwiches. Best peanut butter pie in the city and this is not easily said by me who is very picky.

2
★★★★☆

I have been to pb & co many times. Service is the worst part about this place due to alot of young teenagers running the show, what would you expect? The best part is their desserts, I love them and so does anyone else i have ever brought there. I would go there for dessert and the peanut butter sampler so you can pick what you would like to buy. I have also seen a plate with fire in the middle that is a smore maker, looks good. Skip the sandwiches and make them at home. They do sell a cookbook that includes all recipies, if you want just a sandwich I would spend the $16.00 on the book as this just about equals the cost of 2 sandwiches. Best peanut butter pie in the city and this is not easily said by me who is very picky.

Pros: Amazing pies, Cute place, location

Cons: people who work there

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This is a great little stop in the village. If you're looking to try something new or just grab a snack, go here. The prices are really great too. There's not a lot of seating so be prepared to eat and run.

2
★★★★★

This is a great little stop in the village. If you're looking to try something new or just grab a snack, go here. The prices are really great too. There's not a lot of seating so be prepared to eat and run.

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I love this restaurant because it's relaxing, has good food, and the price is good too. It's a small place and not too crowded though. The walls have lots of fun decorations to look at. The peanut butter sandwiches are all very creatively made. I like the flutter nutter and this other one with bananas in it too. And each sandwich comes with carrots and chips. With a cup of milk, this is a perfect meal for lunch.

2
★★★★☆

I love this restaurant because it's relaxing, has good food, and the price is good too. It's a small place and not too crowded though. The walls have lots of fun decorations to look at. The peanut butter sandwiches are all very creatively made. I like the flutter nutter and this other one with bananas in it too. And each sandwich comes with carrots and chips. With a cup of milk, this is a perfect meal for lunch.

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if you love peanut butter you'll love your sandwich, but you can also buy the peanut butter in the store and make your own at home. the deserts are out of this world, my favorite it death by peanut butter

2
★★★★★

if you love peanut butter you'll love your sandwich, but you can also buy the peanut butter in the store and make your own at home. the deserts are out of this world, my favorite it death by peanut butter

Pros: yummy

Cons: pricey for a sandwich

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We've tried PB & Co's peanut butter before, and were looking forward to the Elvis. It was a letdown - the sandwich is simply average. You can make it just as easily at home, and for quite a bit less $$. Part of the problem is that their regual pb is average - if you go, order something with one of the unsual flavors- the cinnamon raisin and dark chocolate are very tasty. Overall, though, I'd skip the restuarant and buy the pb in a store (oddly, it's more expensive if you buy it at PB & Co.) and make your sandwich at home.

1
★★★☆☆

We've tried PB & Co's peanut butter before, and were looking forward to the Elvis. It was a letdown - the sandwich is simply average. You can make it just as easily at home, and for quite a bit less $$. Part of the problem is that their regual pb is average - if you go, order something with one of the unsual flavors- the cinnamon raisin and dark chocolate are very tasty. Overall, though, I'd skip the restuarant and buy the pb in a store (oddly, it's more expensive if you buy it at PB & Co.) and make your sandwich at home.

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This small restaurant focuses on a common ingredient...peanut butter. They have a few varieties including smooth, chunky, spicy, and cinnamon raisin. You can get sandwiches with toppings like the very good marshmallow fluff and nutella. But face it, your not a kid anymore, so go for the Elvis, a grilled peanut butter sandwich drizzled with honey and banana slices served with optional bacon slices. As weird as it sounds it tastes great, and was the best sandwich we tried. They also have decent shakes and peanut butter cookies that were not so hot. The place is small with only eight or so tables, and you place your order at the counter. If you come on a Saturday, plan on getting there early because the place fills up fast. You can also take home jars of the peanut butter and small vats of the fluff from the shelves in back.

2
★★★★☆

This small restaurant focuses on a common ingredient...peanut butter. They have a few varieties including smooth, chunky, spicy, and cinnamon raisin. You can get sandwiches with toppings like the very good marshmallow fluff and nutella. But face it, your not a kid anymore, so go for the Elvis, a grilled peanut butter sandwich drizzled with honey and banana slices served with optional bacon slices. As weird as it sounds it tastes great, and was the best sandwich we tried. They also have decent shakes and peanut butter cookies that were not so hot. The place is small with only eight or so tables, and you place your order at the counter. If you come on a Saturday, plan on getting there early because the place fills up fast. You can also take home jars of the peanut butter and small vats of the fluff from the shelves in back.

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Lousy over-priced peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Lousy, hard as a rock home made potato chips that could slice a tomato as well as a soda can. This place is a waste of time and money. It's just a novelty store, with no happy ending.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Lousy over-priced peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Lousy, hard as a rock home made potato chips that could slice a tomato as well as a soda can. This place is a waste of time and money. It's just a novelty store, with no happy ending.

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A friend told me about this place and it turns out I work near it, so I thought I'd give it a try. I love this place! The atmosphere with the tin signs was great. A white chocolate PB, orange marmalade, and slivered almond sandwich was perfect with chips, carrot sticks and a glass of milk. Very refreshing! The staff was great and even let me sample some of the other flavors before buying them! Its the perfect lunch on a hot summer day. Keep up the good work.

2
★★★★★

A friend told me about this place and it turns out I work near it, so I thought I'd give it a try. I love this place! The atmosphere with the tin signs was great. A white chocolate PB, orange marmalade, and slivered almond sandwich was perfect with chips, carrot sticks and a glass of milk. Very refreshing! The staff was great and even let me sample some of the other flavors before buying them! Its the perfect lunch on a hot summer day. Keep up the good work.

Pros: variety, good service

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My kids loved this place so much during our visit to New York that they kept asking to go back. We spent $50 for sandwiches and beverages for 6 people. It was money well-spent because the sandwiches were so big and filling that we had leftovers for the next day's breakfast. Being Greenwich Village, this place is use to catering to adults yet it still manages to be kid-friendly.

2
★★★★☆

My kids loved this place so much during our visit to New York that they kept asking to go back. We spent $50 for sandwiches and beverages for 6 people. It was money well-spent because the sandwiches were so big and filling that we had leftovers for the next day's breakfast. Being Greenwich Village, this place is use to catering to adults yet it still manages to be kid-friendly.

Pros: inexpensive, kid-friendly, large servings

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Being asked to fork over $7 for a fancy peanut butter sandwich should be your first warning sign. Being given a rice-milk substitute shake without being told because they were out of milk should have driven us away. Watching 8 people leave the store because the staff were to lazy to go buy more milk at the store next door was a lesson in how not to run a store.

No, I did not visit this store more than once, all these events occurred as I waited 40 min. for two peanut butter/banana/bacon messes.

My advice: read the menu, go to the store, buy your ingredients, watch a movie, take a bath, make your sandwiches and then eat them... You will save yourself time, money and aggravation.

1
★★☆☆☆

Being asked to fork over $7 for a fancy peanut butter sandwich should be your first warning sign. Being given a rice-milk substitute shake without being told because they were out of milk should have driven us away. Watching 8 people leave the store because the staff were to lazy to go buy more milk at the store next door was a lesson in how not to run a store.

No, I did not visit this store more than once, all these events occurred as I waited 40 min. for two peanut butter/banana/bacon messes.

My advice: read the menu, go to the store, buy your ingredients, watch a movie, take a bath, make your sandwiches and then eat them... You will save yourself time, money and aggravation.

Pros: good location, innovative idea, nice logo

Cons: expensive, terrible service, slow service

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Kind of a let down after we built up the experience so much. It was good, but the service was shabby- they messued up a sandwich and gave my vegetarian friend chicken salad instead of tuna!! But I had the pb and nutella and it was good. Would go back, but not overall impressed!!

2
★★★★☆

Kind of a let down after we built up the experience so much. It was good, but the service was shabby- they messued up a sandwich and gave my vegetarian friend chicken salad instead of tuna!! But I had the pb and nutella and it was good. Would go back, but not overall impressed!!

Pros: PEANUT BUTTER, quick service

Cons: lacks personal attent

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Trying this place out was an interesting experince; Peanut butter with bacon and bannana never tasted so good. But for 7 bucks? I could fry up about 4 of those on my own. Cool place to go and get an interesting meal, which is delicious if your a PB fan, but I left a little annoyed that I dropped $25 for some peanut butter sandwiches. The dessert was really good though, and actaully very fairly priced.

2
★★★★☆

Trying this place out was an interesting experince; Peanut butter with bacon and bannana never tasted so good. But for 7 bucks? I could fry up about 4 of those on my own. Cool place to go and get an interesting meal, which is delicious if your a PB fan, but I left a little annoyed that I dropped $25 for some peanut butter sandwiches. The dessert was really good though, and actaully very fairly priced.

Pros: Food, Atmosphere, Friendly Servers

Cons: Slightly overpriced

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Perhaps this is unfair - but I don't care. Congratulations to the assissant on Sunday on ensuring that a peanut butter lover will never darken their door again (and she wasn't alone).

I won't bore you with the whole story, but 20 minutes to wait for a shake to go and not even get it then - and basically be told that we would get it when we got it - was too much NYC attitude for me.

Even then it took 5 minutes to get our money back!

0
★☆☆☆☆

Perhaps this is unfair - but I don't care. Congratulations to the assissant on Sunday on ensuring that a peanut butter lover will never darken their door again (and she wasn't alone).

I won't bore you with the whole story, but 20 minutes to wait for a shake to go and not even get it then - and basically be told that we would get it when we got it - was too much NYC attitude for me.

Even then it took 5 minutes to get our money back!

Pros: None that I could see

Cons: Guess!

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I was a skeptical that a sandwich with peanut butter and bacon could possibly be good. However after reading so many rave reviews about it on City Search I had to try it out. The Elvis (peanut butter, bananas, honey and bacon on grilled bread) was heavenly. I ordered a skim malted milk to accompany it and it came with carrot sticks and Cape Cod potato chips. Ive already sent the word out to my friends that this is a must visit.

2
★★★★☆

I was a skeptical that a sandwich with peanut butter and bacon could possibly be good. However after reading so many rave reviews about it on City Search I had to try it out. The Elvis (peanut butter, bananas, honey and bacon on grilled bread) was heavenly. I ordered a skim malted milk to accompany it and it came with carrot sticks and Cape Cod potato chips. Ive already sent the word out to my friends that this is a must visit.

Pros: Delicious Elvis, Original Idea, Fun for Kids

Cons: Pricey for PBJ

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The tuna melt; the bologna and cheese; the peanut butter, banana, and bacon sandwich: It's all just perfect.

2
★★★★★

The tuna melt; the bologna and cheese; the peanut butter, banana, and bacon sandwich: It's all just perfect.

Pros: Delicious, Fresh, Diet Killer

Cons: Too-small space, A bit pricy, Diet Killer

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I took a friend here for lunch and it was a lot of fun. The restaurant is small, and during the busy tourist season you do have to wait for a free table. But the atmosphere is cute and a little retro 50s, the menu is creative and cheap, and the service is friendly and patient. The sampler is terrific. You can purchase their peanut butters and other items to go. They have coloring books and distractions for kids, and for 25 cents, you can get a crazy straw (remember those?!). We loved this place, just south of Washington Square Park, and we'll definitely be back.

2
★★★★★

I took a friend here for lunch and it was a lot of fun. The restaurant is small, and during the busy tourist season you do have to wait for a free table. But the atmosphere is cute and a little retro 50s, the menu is creative and cheap, and the service is friendly and patient. The sampler is terrific. You can purchase their peanut butters and other items to go. They have coloring books and distractions for kids, and for 25 cents, you can get a crazy straw (remember those?!). We loved this place, just south of Washington Square Park, and we'll definitely be back.

Pros: Inexpensive, Easy to get to, Fun

Cons: Small, Sometimes crowded

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Peanut butter is the best, this place rocks! I loved their sandwiches...

1
★★★☆☆

Peanut butter is the best, this place rocks! I loved their sandwiches...

Pros: good food, cool location

Cons: rude service, too small

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PB & Co. is an awesome place if you are a peanut butter lover. Its worth the trip even if you are not. Unique choices and you can't go wrong with the Elvis. Seating can be a bit cramped though. Great place to take visiting friend

2
★★★★★

PB & Co. is an awesome place if you are a peanut butter lover. Its worth the trip even if you are not. Unique choices and you can't go wrong with the Elvis. Seating can be a bit cramped though. Great place to take visiting friend

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My dad took me here for my 25th birthday after
he heard about it on TV. It was excellent. The
peanut butter cup sandwich is the BEST! A little
crowded, but its totally understandable once you
start eating.

2
★★★★★

My dad took me here for my 25th birthday after
he heard about it on TV. It was excellent. The
peanut butter cup sandwich is the BEST! A little
crowded, but its totally understandable once you
start eating.

Pros: great food, good atmosphere

Cons: crowded

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Come to Peanut Butter & Co. for an all-American nostalgia trip. You can eat peanut butter-and-jelly sandwiches surrounded by vintage lunch boxes and board games, then have an ice cream dessert made with Cap'n Crunch cereal---peanut butter…

 

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