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Peanut Butter & Co
Posted by Anonymous on 06/21/2006
Went here with my wife and daugther and was really looking forward to it. My title pretty much sums this place up. while the kid loved the PB and nutella (peanut butter cup) my wife was unimpressed with the "elvis" and I didn't care for the PB BLT, a bad choice. All in all, it wouldn't have been that bad except for the price tag..3 sandwiches and 3 milks, 28 dollars! You gotta be kidding me. My daugther says, "if you order the peanut butter cup, ask for it without the crust".
Posted by no name on 04/30/2006
Not much else to say, except that if you call paying $6.50 for a glob of PB and melted chocolate between 2 slices of commercial wheat bread a good deal, then you will love it.
Posted by suz on 12/27/2005
You will wind up paying $12 for a peanut butter sandwich and beverage, but it will be tasty and cute. It won't fill you up, but you will want to come back and try other fun sandwiches.The sandwiches all run at about $6, but you can buy a jar of their proprietary peanut butters for the same price and make your own if you're not too coddled. Their peanut butter is also sold in city supermarkets and is sometimes on sale, so keep an eye out. Try the cookie dough surprise sandwich if you want to get crazy. Their white chocolate peanut butter will definitely make you more protein-conscious as you seek any excuse to eat spoonfuls of peanut butter as a meal.
Posted by Alex on 12/20/2005
I had heard from everyone "youve gotta try this place!" but when i finally got around to ordering a peanut butter cup sandwich i was disappointed by the small size, inappropriate bread and high cost. The bread was really hard, and didn't make for a good peanut butter sandwich (which typically has soft bread that complements the creamy peanut butter). It was $6, too! it came with chips and, oddly, 2 carrot slices. it should have been about $4 for what they gave me. The peanut butter was really good, but the bread kind of ruined it and it was just too small for the cost! Go here and see for yourself, because it IS a rather interesting concept, even if it costs too much.
Posted by Local New Yorker on 11/13/2005
Not only was the service poor (forgot an order and it wasn't that crowded to warrant a long wait), the pb&j sandwich was slopped together. It was a mess to eat which ended up on the kids clothes, hands, hair etc. The bread was so thin that it didn't hold the peanutbutter or the jelly in the sandwich. The taste was just fine - nothing to brag about. One doesn't mind spending $$ on a piece of nostalgia, but poke your head in and maybe just buy some of their take-home products in the back.
Posted by pblover on 11/02/2005
Many great concoctions that bring back childhood memories...fluffernuffer, peanut butter cup, as well as the elvis. Good service here, and can take home pb goodies including jars of their pb. Though, the pb can also be found in Whole Foods and some other specialty food shops.
Posted by anonymous on 09/30/2005
I visited this place with my family. Staff there was really friendly and helpful, and the food was all very delicious. Only downside is that the place can get cramped. Not that big of a problem though, since Washington Square Park is down the block if you opt for takeout.