Friday, July 16, 2010

First stop in Fredericksburg: The Peach Pit BBQ

Driving down Main Street Fredericksburg (while looking for another BBQ joint), we passed The Peach Pit BBQ (342 West Main) and decided to make it our first stop of the day. Since we'd never heard of it and, perhaps, since it was on Main Street, I don't think we expected much going in, but we all enjoyed it. We got a half chicken, pulled pork, brisket, and some pork ribs - which are small and soft. I don't remember a bone in them. These were not ribs that you hold on to with both hands and get messy with. They use a good bit of cracked pepper on all their meats, which is a plus in my book. The brisket and pulled pork didn't have a great deal of moisture, but they were also not dried out. The chicken was quite good. I thought the staff were all quite friendly, and we appreciated that the owner took the time to show us the pit. If you're spending the day in Fredericksburg, it's worth a stop.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Glad to see you made it to the Peach Pit. my favorite there is the chicken.

you need to make a trip 25 miles west of Fredericksburg to Harper. Pickens BBQ is great. their chicken is great. they have three different sauces.