Since 1947, the Peebles family has been mastering exceptional Bar-B-Que and part of their secret includes a huge smoke pit. This family owned and operated Bar-B-Que joint is sure to leave your tummy full and happy.
What’s So Special About This Place?
Maybe the perfect location right on Old Dixie Highway in Auburndale? Or the down-home environment? The savory food? We think all three. Elle and Gladys Peebles started Peebles Bar-B-Que as a business on the side over 50 years ago. Who would have guessed it would later turn into a landmark of Polk County?
Peebles Bar-B-Que is a one of a kind place in Polk County- ask anyone who has stepped foot through the door or tried Peebles catering at an office get together.
One special feature that adds to Peebles’ positive publicity is the atmosphere of the restaurant. Eateries that offer a full experience like Peebles are hard to find these days. With an Old Florida setting including a screened-in eating area and indoor picnic tables, you will feel right at home.
Quality: The Secret to a Successful Menu
Peebles knows exactly how to use a smaller-than-average menu to their advantage. By no means is their menu lacking, rather, they offer about 15 items which have been perfected. Seconds after your first bite, you understand that the quality of this food is a top priority here. Unlike the traditional Bar-B-Que restaurant, this charming shack offers plates with half a pound of meat, and if you are extra hungry or have many mouths to feed, you can order take-out by the POUND.
Options include chicken, chopped pork, sliced beef, sausage links, pork ribs, and more. Baked beans, potato salad, and coleslaw come with your meat option, so enjoy all three and remember to top it off with their signature barbeque sauce.
Are You Hungry Yet?
Us too; and judging by the crowded tables and lines out the door, we aren’t the only ones who think so highly of Peebles Bar-B-Que. Satisfy your cravings accordingly because Peebles closes during the months of July and August. While you are in the lovely city of Auburndale, visit the Auburndale Dog Park with your furry friend or help digest your Bar-B-Que by taking a hike on the close-by Auburndale TECO and General James A. Van Fleet State Trails.