Enjoy the familiar taste of peanut butter and jelly with a twist by visiting Hey PB&J, a food truck in Denver, Colorado. Inspired by the food truck scene in Los Angeles, California, owner Matt McDonald decided to turn his lifelong love affair with food into a profitable reality. McDonald opened Hey PB&J in 2011 from his purple-colored 1979 Chevy truck, and the rest is history. People track down the Hey PB&J food truck to order an assortment of sweet, savory, and spicy peanut butter and jelly-inspired gourmet sandwiches that change with the available seasonal ingredients. Hey PB&J is a culinary treat to experience at least once when in Denver.
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Hey PB&J operates solely from a food truck. The food truck travels throughout Denver and serves up its unique menus offerings on the go. Customers can track the Hey PB&J food truck by visiting their website, where there is an updated calendar providing specific details on daily locations. Customers can also stay connected to Hey PB&J via their social media at Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
The menu offered by Hey PB&J changes seasonally and includes sweet, savory, and spicy unique peanut butter and jelly-inspired gourmet sandwiches. Hey PB&J proudly mills its own nut butters and makes its own jams and preserves to offer delectable gourmet peanut butter and jelly treats to the public. A sample of menu offerings are as follows:
· Figgy Piggy
· Blueberry Pie
· Mother Clucker
· The King
· Nutella Banana
· Thai Chicken
· Boss Hog
The Hey PB&J food truck is available for rental for private events. Customers who are interested in bringing gourmet peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to their next event can complete the booking form located on the Hey PB&J website or contact Hey PB&J directly at 303-929-2751.
Hey PB&J, Denver, CO, Phone: 303-929-2751
(Last Updated on October 5, 2017)