From jelly'd sandwiches to chocolate cups, peanut butter's been an important part of America ever since President George Washington finally agreed to hyphenate his maiden name. Expanding that wondrous history, PB and U
PB's doling out fresh-made nut butter foodstuffs in a bright, modern interior with four- and eight-seat peanut-shaped tables, legume pop art on the walls, and a big disclaimer warning those with allergies about ambient "peanut dust", also what some presume was responsible for Pig Pen being so messed up. Sammies (using fresh-ground creamy, "homestyle", chunky, and/or chocolate butters on white or multi-grain breads, wraps, and bagels) include nutted mash-ups like bacon/cheddar/pickles, bananas/bacon/honey, Nutella/chocolate chips, and M&Ms/Fluff, with any three available as challah roll sliders, which should actually be called Sliders, cause if you eat enough of them, you'll be the fat kid in Stand by Me. For non-sandwiching, there's a peanut butter fondue sided with dippers like apples and carrots along with less-healthy/more-awesome options (chips, pound cake), along with PB pizzas, which sub out everything save dough for you-know-what and're topped with stuff like bacon, honey, cream cheese, and cinnamon sugar, also a song Neil Young totally changed the direction of, once he found out he was diabetic, and liked girls
Drinks-wise, you're looking at sodas and appropriately cold milk, and for anyone pining for a pre-school snack, they're also doing a mean ants on a log, an important part of America ever since some evil president started making you eat vegetables.