240 Sullivan St., New York, NY, 10012
nr. 3rd St.
By iloveit on 10/15/2008
I'm not that crazy about peanut butter but I just love this cafe. The concept is so unique and cute. Most of all, the atmosphere is very cozy. I donno why because there's nothing special. I always don't wanna leave when I am there.
By dreamsinger on 5/25/2008
Any time my inner child needs comforting, I can count on Peanut Butter & Co. to help. All your troubles vanish in that ooze of peanut buttery goodness. I am especially fond of the Cinnamon Raisin Swirl sandwich.
By truly_sweet on 11/3/2003
What terrific stuff - and ONLY in NY. The white chocolate peanut butter is smooth and delicately vanilla-scented. The dark chocolate peanut butter is rich and decadent. (Would make a great gelato base). Love the concept, and the staff - though young - was friendly and service-oriented.
By tsimmons29 on 9/5/2003
If you enjoy a 50's decor with PB&J gormet, this place is for you. I am not a fan of peanut butter; nevertheless, it was quite enjoyable to try peanut butter Elvis-style. We laughed about our sandwiches several times after dinner. Their born-again peaunut butter is best reserved for an evening of fun with friends who love to laugh.
By colpo on 6/2/2003
Can you imagine, deciding to open a business in Greenwich Village based entirely on the concept of peanut butter sandwiches? Maybe not so crazy after all, because who doesn't like a peanut butter sandwich - nobody! Here, while it sounds silly to say, they're executed beautifully, with a variety of bread and accompanyment options. My fave, which I continue to make at home, is PB-banana-honey on whole grain - say no to that!
By centralpark on 4/11/2003
Inventive peanut butter sandwiches. Sure, they're overpriced when you think about the cost of ingredients, but a very good deal when you think about eating out in NYC. Very tasty and satisfying!!!
By CityGirl on 4/1/2003
Old peanut butter print ads line the walls of this place that's not fancy, but fun. At the host's recommendation, I tried the cinnamon-raisin peanut butter and apples on wheat bread. It was delicious and decadent. My kids enjoyed the "Fluffernutter" (peanut butter and marshmallow cream), and the double-decker pb&j. Definitely ask for the crusts to be cut off. They were rather hard on the night we were there.
By zeecee on 3/30/2003
Somebody had a quirky idea - to make peanut butter sandwiches in a variety of combinations and this is one of those cases of, "Build it and they will come". Thought for no apparent reason. The sandwiches are mediocre and not cheap. I have no clue why people would choose to eat here. It's a gimmick, but it's lasting.