The Blue Marlin Restaurant on Anna Maria Island serves only the freshest local seafood and is a great spot to catch local musicians. Located on Historic Bridge Street in Bradenton Beach the Blue Marlin offers a unique dining experience in an intimate setting. The Blue Marlin is a nautical theme restaurant with local artwork and pictures throughout the restaurant.
Owner Adam Ellis has extensive knowledge of the local seafood market and purchases fresh fish daily in the Village of Cortez which provides the exquisite entrée selection and daily specials featuring the day’s catch. If you’re not a seafood lover try their famous steak sandwich, short ribs, or roasted chicken you won’t be disappointed.
If you’re in the mood for live music after dinner than the courtyard is the spot for you. The courtyard at the Blue Marlin offers live music on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings in a very relaxing outdoor setting featuring different live bands every week.
So the next time you’re in the mood for tasty food and live music head down to the Blue Marlin on Historic Bridge Street in Bradenton Beach.
121 Bridge Street
Bradenton Beach, FL 34217
We had a great time with Amanda Escobio and her team at the Grand Opening of Sea-renity Spa in Bradenton Beach. Sea-renity focuses on Natural Health & Beauty and are located on Bridge Street in Bradenton Beach. Sea-renity Spa offers single massage; couples massage, pedicures, full body wraps, and retail products at their new Bridge Street location. The spa can accommodate spa parties of 4 to 8 people.
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Anna Maria Island – Amy is an Island resident and vacation specialist at Island Real Estate. Here is her list of things to do when visiting Anna Maria Island. From the beach to the attractions, there is always something fun and new to experience across Anna Maria Island’s three cities! Try out some of Amy’s suggestions, and enjoy your time spent on Anna Maria Island.
10) Go to miniature golf on Bridge Street
9 ) While on Bridge Street go to Bridge Tender for lunch
8) Walk out on the Bridge Street pier
7) Ice cream at Joe’s Eat’s and Sweet’s
6) Walk to the beach for a sunset with your ice cream
5) Kayak in Robinson’s Preserve
4) Eat or visit the Rod n’ Reel restaurant
3) Visit or have a picnic at Bay Front Park
2) Dine at the Star Fish Restaurant
1) Rent or take a boat out in the Gulf of Mexico or Tampa Bay