Before sports bars, the only place to view eight games simultaneously was inside the brain of a spider. Achieve octovision with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of American fare and drinks plus one hour of free pool at Peabody's Billiards & Games.
Peabody's is a 15,000-square-foot entertainment megahouse, encompassing a full-service restaurant, a premier pool hall, and four full bars. A comprehensive menu covers options for evening or late-night refueling. Acquaint meat-seeking molars with a 100% beef Peabody's burger, hand plucked, cooked to order, and lawfully entrapped on a fresh kaiser roll ($6.95). Appetizers such as Peabody's chili ($3.99) and mozzarella sticks ($6.99) appease shrink-zapped appetites, and a large meat-lover's pizza, topped with ham, pepperoni, sausage, and ground beef, challenges carnivores to a last-man-standing duel ($16.99). Pair these meals with any of the 70 beers on tap or a variety of mixed drinks.
Exchange head nods, the international gesture of respect, with worthy adversaries during an hour of free pool on one of Peabody's 11 championship tables. Any of the 70 TVs encircling the area satisfy the wants of wandering ocular orbs, and 18 electronic dart boards combine pastime with cutting-edge technology, akin to invisible knitting. Peabody's is equipped with two large projection screens for viewing big games and major sporting events, and also boasts four full-service bars and an Internet jukebox.
- A sports bar for those who like to get active, Peabody's features 14 pool tables, more than 15 electronic dart boards, a couple of Dragon Punch games and dozens of TVs. With countless high-tops and more than 30 beers on tap, it also might be New Tampa's best spot to watch a game. – St. Petersburg Times
- This is the HOT SPOT of Tampa! Peabody's has a large dance for with a live DJ on one side and cool juke box for the people who play pool. – sph1022, Citysearch
Peabody’s Billiards & Games
Besides being a sports-bar and grill, Peabody’s Billiard and Games racks up good times in the triangle of pool tables, dartboards, and foosball. Of course, the 70 TVs and on-premises liquor store don’t hurt either. Periodic all-you-can-drink happy hours and other special events take place every week, offering table athletes of all stripes an arena for friendly competition. Patrons might square off in the weekly beer-pong rally, or pit their psychic skills against each other in the weekly poker tournaments. All the while, the kitchen bustles into the night, preparing late night items using only the freshest ingredients such as the spanish nachos, garlic knots, and Peabody’s signature wings in one of fifteen sauces including honey garlic and hot BBQ.