What to see in annamariaisland – News – Island Time Restaurant Has New Owners


BRADENTON BEACH – Island Time Bar & Grill and the Bridge Street Bistro have new owners.

Island Time Bar & Grill – Located on the Bridge Street/Gulf Drive circle on Bradenton Beach, Anna Maria Island. The bar is on the ground level below the fine dining restaurant, Bridge Street Bistro.
This open-air bar with a patio features cocktails, seafood & upmarket bar fare in a laid-back setting.
Known for the area’s best live entertainment and a relaxed tropical setting their menu is an eclectic combination of American dishes paired with the freshest seafood.​
The outdoor patio offers incredible views of the Gulf of Mexico.
As well, you will enjoy – Live performances · Happy hour drinks · Great bar food

Just a short five minute walk from Anna Maria Island Condo Rentals.

Bridge Street Bistro – Located right in the heart of all the activity on Anna Maria Island.
The atmosphere here is relaxed yet refined and the attire is resort casual. This is an out of sight spot that could be missed because it is on the third floor above Island Time Grill. They have an elevator, for those who don’t desire to climb stairs.
The food is consistently good and staff gives you a personal touch service. Order steak or Cedar planked salmon and you will not be disappointed.
They offer indoor and outdoor dining. The outdoor terrace with tables overlooking the Gulf offers a fabulous view of the amazing sunsets.
A quiet atmosphere with a well appointed menu at reasonable prices Bridge Street Bistro continues to exceed our expectations at every visit.

Now for the Latest news …

** BRADENTON BEACH – Island Time Bar & Grill and the Bridge Street Bistro have new owners.

On Friday, Oct. 13, co-owners Bill Herlihy and John Hardesty closed the sale of their restaurant businesses to Steve Bishop and Ron Fuller, who own Surf Shack Coastal Kitchen in St. Armands Circle and Tampa.

Bishop and Fuller will continue to lease the building from property owner Angela Rodocker. According to Herlihy, the staff, including General Manager Kit Bradman, will be retained and business will continue as usual for the foreseeable future.

Herlihy and Hardesty bought Bridge Street Bistro on Jan. 31, 2011, and opened Island Time later that year on July 4. After 38 years, Herlihy will take a break from the restaurant business, but he and Hardesty still own and operate the Island Time Inn across the street; and Herlihy and his fiancée Cheryl Douma plan to get married in the coming year.

“I’ll be able to relax and go fishing now that I don’t have a three-story restaurant to run. I can watch my little hotel and enjoy the Island myself,” Herlihy said on Saturday.

“The city and the police department have been great to work with. I want to thank Barbara and Angela Rodocker for the opportunity, and thanks to all our customers for making us a huge success. I’m sure Ron and Steve will continue that success, and I wish them all the best.”

** Retrieved Anna Maria Island Sun 10/17/2017

We congratulate the new owners and wish them good luck with their venture.

We can’t wait for our next visit!

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Where To Stay On Anna Maria Island – Guest reviews –

“First of all I have to say, Terry is just awesome to work with. The return calls, the follow up is second to none. I live in Florida and have stayed just about everywhere in the state. Anna Maria is wonderful! After every place I’ve been in the state, AMI is tops. Siesta key is a close second. The condo is perfect, everything you need to accommodate all your needs. The pool is great, beach is pristine. If you’re looking for the perfect vacation…”make sure you look up Terry Whyte”

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What To Do On Anna Maria Island – Family days out – Halloween-Famly Fun-Anna Maria Island, Florida



Family fun and just a short drive from Anna Maria Island Condo Rentals.

Trick-n-Treat around the Circle where ghosts from St. Armands’ past lurk around ever corner.
This fabulous Halloween event, is returning for another year for the “young and young at heart.” FRIGHT NIGHT transforms St. Armands Circle from island sophistication to Halloween fun.

October 31, 2017 6 pm – 8:30 pm ~ 9th Annual Fright Night on St. Armand’s Circle

There will be decorated haunted store fronts setting the stage for wandering spirits of St. Armands past. Frightening characters appear around every corner and statues are dressed in the Halloween spirit. Children can trick-or-treat throughout the Circle with numerous retailers and restaurants contributing to the Halloween spirit with treats and customized promotions. In collaboration with the Sarasota High School Drama Department, a performance of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” will take place at 8:00pm.

Dressed up or not, this is a NOT to be missed event!

Directions From Anna Maria Island Condo Rentals:

-Head south on Gulf Dr N toward 1st St N

-At the traffic circle, continue straight onto Gulf Dr S
1.6 mi

-Continue onto Gulf of Mexico Dr
10.3 mi

-Continue onto John Ringling Pkwy
0.6 mi

-Continue onto N Boulevard of the Presidents
0.7 mi

Enter St Armands Circle


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What’s on in annamariaisland – Concerts – Halloween Dance Party


Bradenton HALLOWEEN October 31, 2017 Dance Party

Reverend Barry & Funktastic Soul are an 8-pc funk & soul band from Sarasota, Florida. If you love the kind of funk & soul music that makes you want to dance & sing along, you’ll love this band.

Get your tickets now to the hottest Halloween dance party Bradenton has ever seen – coming up on
Tuesday October 31, 2017 at the Renaissance on 9th, featuring the #1 dance band in Southwest Florida – Reverend Barry & Funktastic Soul featuring the Hellacious Horns.

Wear your best costume and dance the night away on a huge dance floor, gettin’ down to the greatest hits of Earth Wind & Fire, Michael Jackson, Bruno Mars, Prince and MORE.

COSTUME CONTEST: $250 Prize For Best Costume
VIP RESERVED SEATING – HURRY ONLY 80 RESERVED SEATS AVAILABLE If you have a group and you want to reserve a table of 8, everyone in your party MUST buy tickets before seats will be reserved. Contact after you buy your VIP tickets to arrange reserved seats.
Reserved VIP Seating
VIP Only Servers
2 Free Drink Tickets Included
VIP-Only Gourmet Appetizers
Note: VIP tables will not be directly in front of the band.
FREE appetizers and cash bar are provided for ALL tickets. Appetizers include:
Jerk Wings
Pulled pork sliders
Cheese and Fruit display
Vegetable crudité display

VIP Reserved Seating Tickets are $40
General Admission Tickets are $20
Tickets are $25 at the door, so click on the link (go to eventbrite website) to get your tickets TODAY.
Doors open at 6pm. Music starts at 7pm.

About Reverend Barry & Funktastic Soul:
This super-tight 8-piece funk & soul band has been packing dance floors in Southwest Florida since their very first gig on Halloween of 2013. This high-energy dance band only plays the most popular dance hits by well-loved artists like Earth Wind & Fire, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Kool & the Gang, James Brown & more. Long 90-120 minute sets, filled with back-to-back medleys of the most popular dance songs has audiences begging for more.
About Renaissance on 9th.

Renaissance on 9th is the Bradenton area’s premier event venue. Centrally located in the Arts and Entertainment district south of downtown Bradenton, Renaissance on 9th provides a beautiful and convenient setting for any occasion. The beautiful Turner Ballroom is tastefully decorated with sparkling chandeliers and richly-colored carpet. It includes a spacious dance floor, and a full curtain stage. It can seat up to 350 guests and accommodate more than 500 for a standing reception.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Age 21 and over only.
What’s the dress code?
Dress to impress!
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Go to the Eventbrite Website or call 812-228-9208
Can I reserve seats?
Yes, VIP Tickets are reserved seating. The best available seats will be assigned first, so don’t delay in placing your order! Contact after you purchase your VIP tickets to arrange your seating reservations.
Can I reserve an entire VIP table?
You can reserve an entire VIP table of 8 – if one is still available. There are only 10 VIP tables, so they will go fast. Everyone in your party MUST purchase their tickets prior to reserving seats.
Do I need to bring a printed ticket to the event?
No. You can show us your ticket using your phone. Plus we will also have a printed list of guests available.
How do I get my ticket?

Eventbrite will send an email containing your ticket. If you don’t see it, check your spam folder. If you still don’t see it, contact us, and we can resend your ticket via email. (Note: in our experience, when someone doesn’t get their ticket, it’s because they mis-typed their email into the Eventbrite form when ordering the ticket 😉
But whatever you do…don’t freak out! We’ll get your ticket to you one way or the other!

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Where to stay on Anna Maria Island – Guest reviews – Thank You Kain Family!


Perfect location and an outstanding rental unit!601 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach, FL, 34217, United States
Date of Stay
Apr 28, 2017

If you’re searching for the perfect location on Anna Maria Island, and you also want a rental unit that is clean and well stocked, look no further. We loved the gorgeous views from the master bedroom and family room. The screened in porch was a bonus, as well. It is literally just a few steps away.

This particular spot on the beach is not crowded, and it’s simply beautiful. We watched a pod of dolphins swimming at sunset on our first night. Right next door, you will find the Wicked Cantina, where we enjoyed some delicious margaritas and fish tacos. It is an easy drive to Publix, dining options, little shops, piers, etc.

Terry is very easy to work with, highly responsive and has really updated the unit with tasteful furnishings and decor. The master bed is super comfy, and we had plenty of towels, beach towels, beach gear, etc. The pool is also very close to the unit, and it is well kept and the perfect size. I would definitely recommend the Beach Sands unit to anyone wanting a relaxing get away in a great location. Thanks for sharing your condo, Terry!

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Where To Eat And Drink On Anna Maria Island – Recommended restaurants – Dining Out On Anna Maria Island


DINING OUT? A few Restaurants we recommend you try ….

Old Hamburg Schnitzelhaus ~ 3246 East Bay Drive, Holmes Beach

A little taste of Germany in the tropics even if eating schnitzel is not the first thing that comes to mind when in Florida. The Old Hamburg Schnitzelhaus is a nice discovery.
An awesome place nestled in a strip mall, but don’t let the store front fool you.
The staff is warm, friendly and attentive and the owner Gary is very entertaining and gracious.
Having dinner here is always a treat. Their menu offers a good variety while serving very large portions. All their dishes are authentic German fare, homemade from Bavarian and Austrian recipes combined with a good selection of German draft beers and wine. We have ordered schnitzel, sauerbraten, as well as duck and everything was expertly prepared and well presented.
Definitely worth going and I would advise making reservations. They have lots of returning customers, including us.
This restaurant has it all: excellent service, excellent food and attention to detail.

EAT HERE ~ 5315 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach

We have eaten here multiple times over the past few years and have never been disappointed. The menu standbys are great comfort food; the daily specials take advantage of locally sourced foodstuffs. The chef artfully embraces multiple cuisine styles, resulting in some unexpected–but delightful–flavor fusions in the daily specials. There is something to enjoy for everyone. We have had the Red snapper, Mahi tacos, Veal meatloaf and all were fantastic.
Located in a small strip mall in Holmes Beach on Anna Maria Island, the outside appearance in a store front is deceiving because you will find the inside ambience is very interesting and ecclectic. We have always had an enjoyable experience at Eat Here, the food and service is excellent – we highly recommend it!

The Feast ~ 5406 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach

Several years ago we discovered this dining venue and we frequent it often. Situated in a strip mall The Feast is a hidden gem. From the outside this restaurant looks small and nothing too exciting, but once inside you will be pleasantly surprised.
The décor of the restaurant is nice informal, classy but comfy.
The menu varies, but always includes several entrees of local seafood. Also a choice of excellent salads, the large version of which could be an entree. They also have steak, veal, hamburgers and great pizza. We have never had a disappointing meal here.. Our last visit, our party had coconut shrimp and mussels. Everything was delicious! The portions are generous and their service–excellent!
This is one of our favourite eateries on Anna Maria Island. For sure one of the better restaurants on Anna Maria Island for quality, quantity and price. Definitely a must visit!

Recommendations by Ann Maria Island Condo Rentals:
601 Gulf Dr. N.
Bradenton Beach, Fl

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What To See On Anna Maria Island – Exhibitions – St. Armands Boat Show


St. Armands Boat Show

October 21 & October 22 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Enjoy one of the most beautiful drives from Anna Maria Island Condo Rentals south along Gulf Dr. through Longboat Key with the Gulf of Mexico providing scenic views you will never forget to St. Armands Circles /2017 boat show.


Boats, shopping and restaurants — all together in one outstanding location, for one weekend only! Cannons Marina and their exceptional boats will take over St. Armands Circle on October 21st and 22nd, where they will host the St. Armands Boat Show in the middle of St. Armands Circle.

St. Armands Circle is Southwest Florida’s premiere destination for shopping and dining and Cannons Marina is Southwest Florida’s standout boat dealer. This is a fun and unforgettable event that anyone can enjoy. You’re sure to see some of the finest and most exquisite boats in Florida, guaranteed to pique the curiosity of every visitor, from the most die-hard boat enthusiast to those visiting the event for the first time. Cannons Marina will be featuring a wide range of luxurious boats. On display will be top-of-the-line, brand new Grady-White Boats, Jupiter boats, Southwind boats and Yamaha motors. You’ll also get the chance to see the Coastal Explorer, which is the latest 25-foot model from Grady-White and anticipated to be one of the top show-stoppers at the event. Members from the Cannons Marina team will be available to answer any questions you might have about the boats.

This event located minutes from the water you will feel the cool ocean breeze rushing past your face as you relax at this incredible outdoor boating experience.

Visit the Cannons Marina from 10 am – 4 pm in the St. Armands Circle Park on October 21st and 22nd. It is located in the middle of the St. Armands Circle in Sarasota – and don’t forget to bring your camera!

Don’t Miss Other Attractions of St. Armands After the Show

After this event, don’t miss exploring St. Armands Circle. The circle itself has beautiful shaded walks and benches to relax. The circle is more than just a circle – it is several blocks of unique shops with things you cannot find anywhere else.

There are side streets off the circle with additional beautiful stores and one leads to Lido Beach, another leads to Mote Marine and Longboat Key. They have high end stores, nice chain stores and fun local shops which mean there is something for everyone.. Also a wide array of restaurants where you can relax, have a great meal as you take in the scenic sights and sounds all in a beautiful, outdoor setting. Have lunch or dinner at The famous Colombia Restaurant or try Crab & Fin, these are two of our favourite restaurants.

You can also take a stroll to Lido Beach and see beautiful sunsets. Then return to the circle for a drink or dessert at one of many outdoor restaurants.

St. Armands Circle is an excellent and easy way to spend a day.

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Where to stay in annamariaisland – Upcoming Events – BayFest – Anna Maria Island


BayFest – Anna Maria Island

Ride the free island trolley (stop right out front of our condo) to…
The BayFest Event – free, family friendly public event
Date: Saturday, October 21, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM EDT
Where: Pine Avenue, City of Anna Maria
Ticket prices: Free

Bayfest, one of Anna Maria Island’s most anticipated events, returns for its 17th year October 21, 2017. Bayfest is Anna Maria Island’s largest and longest running music, crafts and food festival. Enjoy a fun filled day on Pine Avenue in the City of Anna Maria!
The AMI Chamber of Commerce is the proud presenter of their 17th annual Bayfest
Annual street festival.
There is no admission charge!

What is planned for you to enjoy:
Over 100 classic, antique, custom, muscle cars and street rods will be on display.
Mike Sales – Emcee – 10AM – 9PM
Renegade 10:30AM – 12:30PM soulRcoaster 1PM – 3PM
Yesterdayze 3:30PM – 5PM Dr. Dave Band 5:30PM – 7PM
Karen & Jimmy Band 7:30PM – 9PM

Hurricane Hanks – poutine & clam chowder Poppo’s Taqueria – tacos
Rocky Top Concessions – hot dogs, corn dogs, Italian sausage & peppers, nachos, french fries,Subz n Grubz – grub balls, friend shrimp basket, lobster mac & cheese, crab cake bitesThe Feast – coconut shrimp, conch fritters Village Idiot Pizzeria – pizza
T & L BBQ – BBQ fare The Waterfront Restaurant – grouper tacos, pork carnitas
The Schnitzel Trailer – German brats, currywurst, Vienna styple pork schnitzel, homemade goulasch soup The Paella Kitchen – Greek cuisine Rolling Smoke – gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches.

Privateers – hamburgers & corn on the cob Tyler’s Ice Cream
REFRESHMENTS AND SNACKS Kona Ice – shaved ice Tropi-Coco – fresh coconut water, coconut smoothie, virgin piña colada fresh squeezed lemonade, water and soda, Hahn’s Kettle Corn, Joey’s Italian icebeer, wine, rum runners, margaritas, rum and cokes ARTS AND CRAFTS VENDORS Block after block of artisans, crafters and vendors with their unique, one-of-a-kind items.

A fun play area for the kids including a bounce house and fun inflatables
Privateers pirate ship
• Ride the free AMI trolley to Pine Avenue. The trolley runs until 10:30 pm
• Park just offsite at Crosspointe Fellowship Church at 8605 Gulf Drive on the north end of Holmes Beach and ride the free dedicated trolley that will be shuttling people directly from the church to the City Pier at the end of Pine Avenue.
• Some neighborhood street parking is available – be sure to read the signs that indicate where parking is permitted, park with all four tires off the roadway and sidewalks, and with the direction of traffic.

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Where To Stay On Anna Maria Island – Guest reviews – Thank You To The Santoro Family For Their Awesome Review


Olga S
New York City, New York
Great family vacation

Left on Oct 7, 2017 for a stay in Sep 2017

Amazing beach. Kids friendly. Great restaurants alongside the beach with great seafood. Nice size swimming pool. Great condo, very well organized, has everything you needed for the beach and pool . It’s facing the beach and we enjoyed the sunset as well as the view of the ocean every day. Very clean, linens smell fresh, plenty of towels. Terry, the owner, made sure that we had everything we needed. My family had an amazing vacation. Definitely planning to come back.

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What to do in annamariaisland – News – The Clydesdale’s Come To Anna Maria Island



Clydesdales on Bridge Street – October 14, 2017

The Budweiser Clydesdales will be visiting Anna Maria Island! We will have a front row stop. They will be out front and a little south of our condos..

Saturday, October 14th from 5pm – 7pm. Come and enjoy watching them as they make their way from Cortez Beach to Bridge Street, down to the pier roundabout and back to Cortez Beach.

History on the Budweiser Clydesdales *

Quintessential Draft Horses — More than 300 years ago, this imposing breed was first developed for farm work in the region of Clydesdale, Scotland. They are most easily recognized for their substantial feather — the long hairs of the lower leg that cover the hooves. Despite a dressy appearance, they are capable of pulling a 1-ton load at 5 MPH.

Origins — The Budweiser Clydesdales made their first-ever appearance on April 7, 1933. A gift from August A. Busch, Jr. and Adolphus Busch to their father in celebration of the repeal of Prohibition, the presentation of the original two six-horse hitches of champion Clydesdales moved father, sons and drivers to tears. The phrase “crying in your beer” was officially coined shortly thereafter.

Drawing Beer and Crowds — No strangers to television broadcasts and parades, the Budweiser Clydesdales have figured prominently in two Presidential inaugurations. They appeared in Missouri native Harry Truman’s inaugural parade in 1949, and then again for Bill Clinton’s in 1993.

A Clydesdale’s Best Friend — In 1950, the Budweiser Clydesdales received their very own mascot: the Dalmatian. Traditionally used to guide horse-drawn fire carts, this spotted dog serves as friend and companion to the team, sitting aside the driver.

10 Fun Facts about the Budweiser Clydesdales *

What are the qualifications to be part of the Budweiser hitch?
Age: four years of age or older
Height: at least 6 feet tall from ground to shoulder
Weight: between 1,800 and 2,300 lbs.
Appearance: Bay coat, four white legs, white blaze, black mane and tail

How much does a Clydesdale eat?

Each Budweiser Clydesdale hitch horse will eat as much as 20 to 25 quarts of whole grains, 50 to 60 pounds of hay, and drink 30 gallons of water per day.

Where are the Hitch locations?

When the Budweiser hitches are not on the road, the Budweiser Clydesdales can be seen at the Anheuser-Busch breweries in St. Louis, Mo., Merrimack, N.H., and Ft. Collins, Colo. They also may be seen at Grant’s Farm in St. Louis and at Warm Springs Ranch near Boonville, Mo.

How are locations chosen for appearances?

Thousands of requests for the Budweiser Clydesdales are received each year from all over the U.S. Each request is evaluated on criteria, such as: type of event, event dates, and how often the horses have made an appearance in or around that location.

How are the Clydesdales transported to events?

Ten horses are transported in three 50-foot tractor-trailers. The team stops each night at local stables so the horses can rest. Each trailer is equipped with air-cushioned suspension and thick rubber flooring to ensure a smooth and comfortable ride.

How does one become a Hitch Driver?

Driving the combined 12 tons of wagon and horses requires expert skill and physical strength. Hitch drivers endure a lengthy training process before they assume the prestigious role of “Budweiser Clydesdale Hitch Driver.”

How big are the Clydesdales’ horseshoes?

Clydesdale horseshoes measure more than 20 inches from end to end and weighs about 5 pounds – a regular horse’s shoe is about 10 inches and weighs about a pound.

What are the Clydesdale’s hoofs made of?

A Clydesdale’s hoof is made of a nerveless, horn-like substance similar to the human fingernail.

Does it hurt when a Clydesdale gets new shoes put on?

Not at all, it is much like a person getting a manicure.
What type of wagons are used at hitch events?

The wagons are restored, turn-of-the-century beer wagons.

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