Pinstripes Is Offering a 5-Course Peanut Butter and Jelly Sharing Menu for $100

National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day is April 2

National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day is just around the corner, and to celebrate, Pinstripes — the chain restaurant where diners can also enjoy bocce and bowling — will serve a five-course “grown up” PB&J sharing menu for two. The $100 meal will be offered indefinitely starting Monday, April 2, for both lunch and dinner.

“PB&J Sharing for Two” deconstructs the three-ingredient childhood favorite and reinterprets it into sophisticated dishes for adults (who are still kids at heart). Menu items include a tenderloin PB&J with espresso-crusted filet mignon, nut butter, and raspberry preserves on artisan brioche; a crustless PB&J pistachio salad built with strawberries, blackberries, mint, and burrata; “Not Your Mom’s Flatbread,” made with chunky peanut butter, raspberry preserves, fontinella and mozzarella cheeses, and Fresno peppers; a nutty chicken pasta featuring house-made pappardelle pasta, cage-free chicken, peanut sauce, and cherry-blueberry-bourbon preserves; and PB&J with a spoon, which consists of house-made peanut butter gelato, concord grape sorbet, and pound cake.

tenderloin pb&j

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crustless pb&j

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not your moms flatbread

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nutty pasta

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pb&j with a spoon

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On top of all the munchies, each course is paired with a wine or craft beer. If you opt out of booze, the food alone will be discounted to $75.

Pinstripes expects limited availability while the menu is offered, so restaurant personnel recommends making a reservation sooner than later. The chain has locations in Chicago, Northbrook, Oak Brook, and South Barrington in Illinois; Edina, Minnesota; Georgetown, Washington, D.C.; North Bethesda, Maryland; and Overland Park, Kansas.


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