Except there's nothing in the description indicating the villains are
named Steve, nor would there much reason to interpret this as being part of the trope even if they used a villain named Steve as an example. (Which they didn't.) Also, the "where the villains do their plotting" part is right in the very first sentence.
Also, "villains waiting until they're in the dark before discussing their plans" (see also the "when it's broad daylight, people will see them" part) seems a bit more tropeable than associating this with the villain being named Steve, hence interpretation of the trope as such.
If that's not what it's about, then either the description should be broadened or the trope should be split. (Or both.)