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Posted by Marcin on 03/07/2008
heard about the place on the food network, and the elvis sandwich sounded alluring. after forgeting the name of the shop for a few years it came back to me and i tried it out. the sandwich wasnt worth 9 bucks... it was okay, service was decent, but its really cramped and can get crowded very easily. if you love peanut butter youll love it, if not, id suggest eating at different places.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/01/2008
The food was amazing, but the restaurant itself was a little cramped. I felt like everywhere I went I was bumping into someone. Other than that, our food came out fairly quickly and was very tasty. I look forward to going back and trying the cookie dough sandwich!
Posted by Frankie on 01/22/2008
It's such a weird little sandwich shop! The food was great and the staff was nice, plus all the stuff they sold was really cool. A great place to take kids.
Posted by Angie on 12/27/2007
If you love peanut butter then this is your place.......that is, unless you mind poor service. I had the Elvis sans the bacon (it was MMMMM good) and my daughter had the grill cheese. Though the service was way too slow for such simple sandwiches, it was a good overall $ value. What stuck to my mind, more than the PB sticking to the top of the roof of my mouth, was that my 9 yr old kept saying "Grandma would have been finished making my grill cheese by now "
Posted by Anonymous on 10/24/2007
I recently went out to quite a few NYC restaurants that have incorporated peanut butter into their dinner/dessert menus. I had a fois gras/peanut butter dish last night for $15 that did not even come close to the satisfying, simple yet delicious sandwiches at PB & Co. True- the space is limited and it can be a madhouse on the weekends- but for $10 I will gladly wait outside for a cookie monster sandwich.
Posted by anonymous on 10/17/2007
The peanut butter here rocks, so do all of the sandwiches that I've tried. Favs are Cookie Dough and the Elvis. The only downsides are the not so friendly staff, the fact that they never deliever due to being short staffed (people, its NYC, delivery is key) and the bread isn't always so fresh. I love this place but grow more and more tired of dealing with the service issues. The management needs to get on top of it and pleeease do something about the delivery situation.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2007
After finally finding this place we entered and were immediately disappointed. the place is tiny and crammed to the max with tables. The girl who took our order was unfriendly and unhelpful. Though a PB&J is nostalgic, the prices were not. We had to wait to sit down all the while being in everyone's way. If don't mind spending over 5$ for a sandwich you can make at home and are on the go, then I would recommend this place otherwise spare the children and your wallet!