Stevie's was at the corner of Dixie Highway and Orphanage Road in Fort Mitchell, where Remke's was. John Stevie posted this information on Facebook about the place: “Stevie's was owned my great uncle, Joe Stevie, who lived in the large shake house with the big front porch on the west side of Orphanage Road. I have heard that at the turn of the 20th century he owned the land from the tavern to St. Mary's cemetery. He donated the land where the orphanage is to the diocese which is why the road in front of the orphanage is named Stevie's Ridge Road.”
|Stevie's Clubhouse, 1915||Stevie's|
|The Bar||The Gardens||The Kitchen||The Cows on Stevie's farm
that give the milk for the
Stevie's Club House and Bar, home of the Famous Schmierkase.
Fire at Stevies, from the Times Star of August 28, 1913, here.
|Edelweiss Club House
An Earlier incarnation
|The Mecca Inn, 1928|