Chicago Restaurant Sells A $350 PB&J Sandwich


A Chicago restaurant claims to sell the world's most expensive peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The restaurant is called PB&J, but their PB&J stands for Pizza, Beer and Jukebox. The restaurant says the $350 sandwich must be ordered 24 hours in advance. Why is it so expensive? The bread is baked with gold leaf, the peanut butter is all natural Adams Peanut Butter (whatever that means), the jam is imported from France with currants seeded by hand using a goose quill and it's drizzled with Australian honey that retails for $370 a jar!

The restaurant will donate $100 from the proceeds of each sandwich to a Chicago charity that helps homeless children.

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