Make Sure You Eat When You Drink at Mastry’s Brewing Co & Kitchen

Make Sure You Eat When You Drink at Mastry’s Brewing Co & Kitchen

Mastry’s Brewing Co & Kitchen, a local hot spot in St. Pete Beach, is a family owned and operated business since 2014. Located on Blind Pass Road, you can’t miss Mastry’s as you drive by. With it’s lush landscaping and inviting atmosphere you will want to pull over and stop in for a beer. But, what you might not know is they also serve up some of the tastiest food beachside. The Kitchen at Mastry’s serves American classics and Mediterranean and Thai inspired food out of a permanent food truck.

Mastry’s Exterior
Mastry’s Exterior

Mastry’s mostly consists of outdoor seating, with lounge areas, community tables and some bar seating inside. You get the feel that you’re outside even from the inside seating areas as there are large garage door style windows that open up to the outdoors.

Mastry’s Interior


When we arrived at Mastry’s we decided to each start with a beer flight while we checked out the food menu. Between the three of us we selected eight different beers to try.

Beer Flights

Core Brews (available year-round)

*Breezy Tropical Blonde – light blonde ale with tropical and fruity notes (5.2% abv)


MADE Coffee Porter- Chocolate and Coffee porter made with locally roasted MADE coffee (5.0% abv)

*Just Like Old Times – A sour beer made to taste like an orange creamsicle (4.0%)

Seasonal & Small Batch

Something Something Summer – Light summer ale perfect for a warm Florida day (5.2% abv)

Sunbaked Sultana – Hazy pale ale brewed with 100% Sultana hops (4.7% abv)

*Volcano – Hazy sour IPA with pineapple, light on the hops flavor a typical IPA has (4.6% abv)

The Forbidden – Dry black lager brewed with Forbidden rice. The most unique beer I tried. (4.5% abv)

#Basic Pub Ale – Dark and mild with pumpkin, spices and lactose (3.7% abv)

*favorite picks

Stacked Chicken Nachos

The food did not disappoint. Out of the first three dishes we ordered each of us picked one as our favorite, which means you know it was all good. The Stacked Nachos were the first item we settled on. Layers of nachos, chicken, beer cheese, black beans, lettuce, pico, cilantro crema, smoked aioli, house made guac, jalapenos and pickled onions created an indulgent bite each time. The thicker cut chips held up to the heaps of toppings on each bite, leaving little room for a soggy chip.

You can order the nachos with no protein or choose between chicken, shrimp, mahi, or cauliflower.

Red Curry Tacos

The Red Curry Tacos give you the option of red curry marinated shrimp or chicken (we chose chicken) topped with cabbage, cilantro crema, sriracha aioli and pickled onions on corn tortillas. These, like the nachos, were packed with flavor in every bite. My only gripe, while flavorful like I said, I felt like the curry could have been a little stronger. This would not keep me from ordering them again, though.

Mahi Mahi Sliders

My favorite item of the day was the Mahi Mahi Sliders. Mahi Mahi cakes served on soft, lightly toasted ciabatta buns with lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, and a dallop of smoked aioli. The cakes were crispy and full of tropical, but savory flavor.

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Fish Spread

We finished off with the fish spread. I can’t not order fish spread when it’s on a menu, as I feel I am always looking for the best fish spread in town. This one stands up to the best, with two huge scoops of fish spread, an array of veggies, house made hot sauce and smoked aioli. The best bites I had were taking a cucumber slice, putting a dollop of fish spread and a heap of hot sauce on top. I’d like 4 bottles of the hot sauce please.

Mastry’s Kitchen

My friends and I had a great time at Mastry’s on that Saturday afternoon, playing a drinking game, drinking delicious Mastry’s brewed beers and enjoying wonderful food. When going there, don’t sleep on the food. Plus, it helps you when you’re drinking all that beer.

See Abby’s review from 2019 for more background.

Mastry's Brewing Co & Kitchen
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  • Rated 4.5 stars
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  • Mastry's Brewing Co & Kitchen
  • (727) 202-8045
  • Brewery, Lunch, Dinner
    • Mon - Thu 12:00pm - 10:00pm
    • Fri - Sat 12:00pm - 11:00pm
    • Sun - 12:00pm - 9:00pm
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  • 7701 Blind Pass Rd, St Pete Beach, Florida 33706,

Brewery and Permanent Food Truck in St Pete Beach

DISCLAIMER: Kevin, Lori, Abby, Haley, Lindsey & Mahika do not dine anonymously (this would be impossible) and we sometimes get free food (though never expected). However, we dine with the locals and we support our own. You will always get honesty in a respectful manner. We do not include any large national or regional chains in our ratings and reviews. We focus on independent locally owned eateries exclusively.

PLEASE NOTE: Reviews reflect a certain moment in time. Some restaurants stay extremely consistent over many years, and some change for the better or worse. Some things that may change are: chefs, recipes, food suppliers, ingredients, philosophies, ownership, etc. We always hope that you have the same good, or great experience we had.
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