Couldn't try it, spent time looking for it, but the location is no more. Plenty of other places up and down the beach just a short drive away. Conch Republic is a few blocks south if you are on foot.
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I can't rate the food since I never got to eat. Four of us arrived for dinner and stood around waiting to be seated. We eventually decided it must be "seat yourself". We noticed a musty, old-mop-water smell but (foolishly) overlooked it. After a while...More
Small and hidden. When we drove by we almost missed it. Parking is limited. There was no one in the restaurant when we arrived. The food was great! The service was attentive. The only problem was that our server smelled like cigarette smoke every time...More
We parked in front of Stevie Mac's not knowing what to expect because it's connected to a motel but from recommendations on Trip Advisor we went in and boy am I glad we did. We were greeted at the front by Stevie himself and we...More
Little restaurant right on Gulf Boulevard. Had grouper here - the best I had all week. Friendly atmosphere and walking distance to our hotel.
Stevie Mac's is in one of the most difficult to find and tell if it's open locations on Gulf Blvd. However, if you find it, you won't be disappointed. The fish spread, conch fritters, gumbo soup and fish tacos are fantastic (just as examples). And...More
We went in last night for dinner when Stevie was there. Great personal service and wonderful food. It's a start up restaurant so not a lot of people standing around waiting for a table. We acutally went back today for lunch. You won't be disappointed!
Absolutely delicious!! An appeitizer called fish tank had a nice combination of assorted choices. Great way to try a few different appetizers!! There was homemade conch fritters, coconut shrimp & fish spread!! Outstanding! A dish named sassy snapper & a ceaser salad was excellent. Then...More