Chubby Mullet Near Sebastian Offers Great Food

Sebastian Chubby Mullet offers great food for lunch and dinner.
Sebastian Chubby Mullet offers great food for lunch and dinner. (Photo: Andy Hodges)

SEBASTIAN – The Chubby Mullet has one of the best clam chowders near Sebastian. This hidden gem is actually in Micco at the Sebastian Inlet Marina.

When you walk in, you are greeted with an authentic seafood atmosphere and a large sports bar. The view in this place stands out as you overlook the Indian River Lagoon.

We visited the Chubby Mullet three times during a 1-month span because we needed a break from the other places. Sometimes you just have to try something new, and I’m glad we did.

I’m a big clam chowder fanatic, and I was very pleased with the serving. It was rich and the clams were quality. The soup came with my sandwich, which was also good.

Their lunch specials are a good deal and service is fast. The food was consistent during each visit.

The only food item that I did not enjoy was their BBQ sandwich. It seemed off, but other customers liked it.

Seafood is their specialty, and I can’t complain about that. I love their clam strips. They were lightly battered to perfection and taste. Others in our group enjoyed the cracked conch and buff calamari.

Bar area of the Chubby Mullet provides a great view.
Bar area of the Chubby Mullet provides a great view. (Photo: Andy Hodges)

The bar serves beer & wine with reasonable prices. They do offer craft beer. There are usually two specials on the board. Highly recommended!

If traveling from Sebastian, head north on U.S. Highway 1 over the bridge into Micco and Chubby Mullet is located on the right at the large marina. From the north, head down U.S. Highway 1 to Micco and you’ll see the marina on your left.

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About Andy Hodges
Andy Hodges grew up in Jupiter, Florida where he began his career in radio and TV broadcasting for over 12 years. He would make a career change to computer programming. Andy spent seven years working for tech companies in Atlanta before moving to Indian River County in 2002. He returned to the news sector in 2005 as a writer. Andy joined Sebastian Daily in 2016 as our editor in chief.