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Old 01-25-2019, 08:36 PM   #21
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When I'm in Florida, I often eat at a chain of Ale House restaurants. Like Bradenton Ale House or Daytona Ale House. They're all over with cheap beer and bar food.

So many of the restaurants listed above really sound great. Unfortunately, food is not so important to spend a small fortune for dinner. We have simple tastes.
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I created this list for some family visiting Anna Maria Island later this year. Much of this list is focused on Anna Maria Island and Bradenton, both of which are pretty close to Sarasota.

Attractions:
* Mote Marine Aquarium in Sarasota
https://mote.org/

* Save Our Seabirds. Educational displays featuring live birds that have been injured and treated, but are unable to be returned to the wild. Adjacent to Mote Aquarium.
https://www.saveourseabirds.org/

* St. Armands Circle in Sarasota. Lots of shopping and restaurants.

* South Florida Museum in Bradenton (contains a Florida history museum, Bishop Planetarium, and Parker Manatee Aquarium)
Home - South Florida Museum

* Ringling Museum in Sarasota
https://www.ringling.org

* Several places in the area to rent kayaks, go parasailing, and other water sports equipment.

* Robinson Preserve is a nice place to walk, and has a lookout tower to climb stars to see the area.
https://www.mymanatee.org/department...inson_preserve

* General information about Manatee County:
https://www.mymanatee.org/department...ves___beaches/

If you are interested in concerts or community theater check out these venues:
* Van Wezel Auditorium in Sarasota
www.vanwezel.org

* Asolo Repertory Theater in Sarasota
www.asolorep.org

* Florida Studio Theater in Sarasota
https://www.floridastudiotheatre.org/

* Anna Maria Island Players in Anna Maria
https://www.theislandplayers.org/

* Manatee Performing Ars Center in Bradenton
http://www.manateeperformingartscenter.com/

* The Players Center for Performing Arts in Sarasota
https://www.theplayers.org/

Lots of things to do in St Petersburg/Tampa areas if you want to drive that far.

Restaurants (Reservations are recommended).

* The Columbia (on St. Armands Circle). Small Florida chain of Spanish cuisine. One of our favorite eateries. Be sure to get the 1905 Salad and sangria, both of which they make tableside.
Columbia Restaurant

The Columbia has another sort of nearby location on Sand Key, north of Sarasota and a bit south of Clearwater Beach. A few other locations sprinkled around Florida that are farther away.

* Lazy Lobster on Longboat Key
https://www.lazylobsteroflongboat.com

* The Feast Restaurant in Holmes Beach
http://thefeastrestaurantami.com/

* Sign of the Mermaid in Anna Maria
https://www.signofthemermaids.com/

* Blue Marlin Seafood Restaurant in Bradenton Beach. They have live music on their outside porch. The menu is small, so check it out before going there.
Blue Marlin Grill

* Euphemia Haye on Longboat Key
http://www.euphemiahaye.com/

* Manatee County Public Beach in Holmes Beach. You will pass this as you drive out to Anna Maria Island. Their snack bar is well know for all-you-can-eat pancakes for breakfast. Parking can be difficult here.
https://www.amibeachcafe.com/

* Pier 22 Restaurant in Bradenton
https://pier22dining.com

* Yoder's Restaurant and Amish Village (If you like this type of cuisine they are very popular.)
https://www.yodersrestaurant.com/

Lots of good restaurants around University Town Center Mall, University Boulevard and I-75.


This is a great list, thanks!
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Also for a true Florida experience you will never forget see if the Sarasota festival “ A taste of Old Miakka” is going on this spring. Went to it several years ago. The festival attended by thousands gives a realistic viewpoint of life in Sarasota in the 1800’s. Complete with unique foods like venison, alligator, possum, raccoon, and turtle, squirrel to name a few. Lightly seasoned, deep fried and accompanied with dipping sauce ( mild or spicy) and wash it down with ice cold beers!
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This is a great list, thanks!
Always my pleasure. : )

I have been visiting this area regularly since 1993, when my in-laws retired to Bradenton. Since my wife and I moved to the Tampa area in 2002 we get down to Bradenton/Sarasota at least seven or eight times a year. The restaurants I mentioned are favorites of my in-laws, and we like them, too.
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DW and I stayed on Anna Maria a few times and frequently rode our bikes down to Sarasota for lunch and back. My favorite was the grilled fish sandwich at a sound side place on Long Boat Key just north of the Sarasota causeway. I think it was Dry Dock Waterfront Grill. If you want to take a nice ride, the Waterfront Grill on the tip of Anna Maria Island is a nice lunch destination.
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Also for a true Florida experience you will never forget see if the Sarasota festival “ A taste of Old Miakka” is going on this spring. Went to it several years ago. The festival attended by thousands gives a realistic viewpoint of life in Sarasota in the 1800’s. Complete with unique foods like venison, alligator, possum, raccoon, and turtle, squirrel to name a few. Lightly seasoned, deep fried and accompanied with dipping sauce ( mild or spicy) and wash it down with ice cold beers!
It looks to me like the last one was in 2016.... too bad... it sounds like a good time.
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DW and I stayed on Anna Maria a few times and frequently rode our bikes down to Sarasota for lunch and back. My favorite was the grilled fish sandwich at a sound side place on Long Boat Key just north of the Sarasota causeway. I think it was Dry Dock Waterfront Grill. If you want to take a nice ride, the Waterfront Grill on the tip of Anna Maria Island is a nice lunch destination.
The Dry Dock is one of our "go to" nice dinner places.. usually with a small group of friends.
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Thought of another one... The Blue Rooster.... good fried chicken.

We went to Snook Haven for the first time on our way home from a trip to Naples yesterday... it was ok.
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We went to Snook Haven for the first time on our way home from a trip to Naples yesterday... it was ok.

Snook Haven is known for it's location but not it's food .
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Ringling Museum of Art is very good and is free on Mondays. Other must sees are Ringling Circus Museum and Ca' d'Zan (pronounced ka-de-zan... the Ringling mansion right on Sarasota Bay).

I can also recommend a tour of the harbor and intercoastal on the Marina Jack II.... they offer lunch and dinner cruises. We've been on the dinner cruise twice but I think I might favor the lunch cruise as I think you'll see more... the return part of the dinner cruise is in the dark but you do get see the sunset.

I can also recommend the Florida Studio Theatre Cabaret shows... we have been to both Unchained Melodies and Guitar Girls this season... both were good but I prefer the former.

Also, check out Owen's Fish Camp for dinner... no reservations but if you get there about 4 pm when they open then you should have no problem.
Thanks for the Monday tip. Checking this out today! We briefly toured the grounds, and saw that this Saturday is Family day so it's free as well.
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Not many people know that there are a few Amish restaurants in Sarasota. Yoders Restaurant is the best. It is well known and I love it. All American food. If you are looking for their horse and buggy that in Lancaster PA.
We noticed the Amish amoungst us as we ate ice cream near Lido Beach. We will check this place out, thanks!
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DW and I stayed on Anna Maria a few times and frequently rode our bikes down to Sarasota for lunch and back. My favorite was the grilled fish sandwich at a sound side place on Long Boat Key just north of the Sarasota causeway. I think it was Dry Dock Waterfront Grill. If you want to take a nice ride, the Waterfront Grill on the tip of Anna Maria Island is a nice lunch destination.
I will take the Mrs. KG to Dry Dock. I did bring the bicycle and have been on a few rides. Sadly we've been here four days and the guests I am with and my family are attracted to the Lido Beach area. Still planning to check out Siesta Keys area, then me and the ole man will rent harley's riding up to St Pete's and back down to Venice...unless anyone has suggestions for a better cruise.

Currently trying to find the best place to launch the sailboat for a few days... BUSY!
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RJ Gators in Bradenton. Steak, seafood, burgers and the best gator tail appetizer around!

Ole man and I will for sure stop here on the Harley's for a quick gator snack and a beer.
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The Dry Dock is one of our "go to" nice dinner places.. usually with a small group of friends.
Looks like DryDock and Waterfront. Who has a decent Pinot?
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The Marina Jack Dining Room (on the 2nd floor) has floor-to-ceiling wraparound windows with pleasant water and sunset views. This is a good place for a romantic dinner with your spouse or SO.

http://www.marinajacks.com/water-fro...ning-room.html
SOLD! We only have a week left, hopefully we can check everything out.
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I created this list for some family visiting Anna Maria Island later this year. Much of this list is focused on Anna Maria Island and Bradenton, both of which are pretty close to Sarasota.

Attractions:
* Mote Marine Aquarium in Sarasota
https://mote.org/

* Save Our Seabirds. Educational displays featuring live birds that have been injured and treated, but are unable to be returned to the wild. Adjacent to Mote Aquarium.
https://www.saveourseabirds.org/

* St. Armands Circle in Sarasota. Lots of shopping and restaurants.

* South Florida Museum in Bradenton (contains a Florida history museum, Bishop Planetarium, and Parker Manatee Aquarium)
Home - South Florida Museum

* Ringling Museum in Sarasota
https://www.ringling.org

* Several places in the area to rent kayaks, go parasailing, and other water sports equipment.

* Robinson Preserve is a nice place to walk, and has a lookout tower to climb stars to see the area.
https://www.mymanatee.org/department...inson_preserve

* General information about Manatee County:
https://www.mymanatee.org/department...ves___beaches/

If you are interested in concerts or community theater check out these venues:
* Van Wezel Auditorium in Sarasota
www.vanwezel.org

* Asolo Repertory Theater in Sarasota
www.asolorep.org

* Florida Studio Theater in Sarasota
https://www.floridastudiotheatre.org/

* Anna Maria Island Players in Anna Maria
https://www.theislandplayers.org/

* Manatee Performing Ars Center in Bradenton
http://www.manateeperformingartscenter.com/

* The Players Center for Performing Arts in Sarasota
https://www.theplayers.org/

Lots of things to do in St Petersburg/Tampa areas if you want to drive that far.

Restaurants (Reservations are recommended).

* The Columbia (on St. Armands Circle). Small Florida chain of Spanish cuisine. One of our favorite eateries. Be sure to get the 1905 Salad and sangria, both of which they make tableside.
Columbia Restaurant

The Columbia has another sort of nearby location on Sand Key, north of Sarasota and a bit south of Clearwater Beach. A few other locations sprinkled around Florida that are farther away.

* Lazy Lobster on Longboat Key
https://www.lazylobsteroflongboat.com

* The Feast Restaurant in Holmes Beach
http://thefeastrestaurantami.com/

* Sign of the Mermaid in Anna Maria
https://www.signofthemermaids.com/

* Blue Marlin Seafood Restaurant in Bradenton Beach. They have live music on their outside porch. The menu is small, so check it out before going there.
Blue Marlin Grill

* Euphemia Haye on Longboat Key
http://www.euphemiahaye.com/

* Manatee County Public Beach in Holmes Beach. You will pass this as you drive out to Anna Maria Island. Their snack bar is well know for all-you-can-eat pancakes for breakfast. Parking can be difficult here.
https://www.amibeachcafe.com/

* Pier 22 Restaurant in Bradenton
https://pier22dining.com

* Yoder's Restaurant and Amish Village (If you like this type of cuisine they are very popular.)
https://www.yodersrestaurant.com/

Lots of good restaurants around University Town Center Mall, University Boulevard and I-75.
Damn, what a list! Thanks L/C
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The Shore on st. armand's circle, Owen's fish camp is great (the waiting area in the back yard is fun), Blue rooster is great for food and live music. The Rosemary, Boca, Duvals, Casey Key fish house is a nice stop if on motorcycles. Pops in Nokomis. JMHO
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We decided against the harley's as we quickly discovered the terrain was not conducive to the types of open lane riding we like. Lots of stop n go along 41/301 which gets hot on motorcycles.

Thanks for all of the suggestions we enjoyed the dining we did have with one exception. We went to this place on Siesta Key that had terrible service. The kind where people who showed up long after we did were being served dinner before when presumably our simply ordered dishes should not have been delayed. Either a problem with wait or cook staff. Thankfully it was not one of the suggestions from you all, and I sort of knew we might have issues.
I was soo taken back by the amount of Amish / Mennonites we saw. It totally changed my perspective on what I thought I knew about their culture. Some had cell phones, saw a few of the amish men at the sarasota bay boat launch loading a favorably sized boat... on the beaches, in the ice cream stores. I thought they lived a bit more secluded and restricted but it appeared my perception was incorrect. Yoders was great and it looks like they have locations in Georgia and Pennsylvania as well.
I am not much of a foodie, we only ate out 4 of the 33 total meals, so that's like 88% of the time eating at our rented house. But when you can grill filet's poolside in 85 degree weather, why bother waiting and paying for someone else to cook and serve food?

Saw the Unconditional Surrender statue and stopped by the Tiki Bar for a drink, Ringling museum, the Botanical Garden, the Jungle garden, sailed the Bay, did some mini golf with the kids, some golfing with the ole man, shopping with grandma and Mrs KG. We visited Service Club Park, Venice Beach, Chauncy Howard, Siesta Keys Beach, Lido Beach and Longboat Key. I'm sure I'm missing something, best part was it was another opportunity to be pretend retired for a bit. We were originally going to look for property, but we want to checkout West Palm Beach first before we make any rash decisions. Seems like red tide killed the tourist industry a bit, or at least that's what some of the locals were stating. I couldn't imagine 41 with 2x the traffic and people, guess we picked a good year to visit. A few amazing sunsets and even a couple sunrises. We ran across that Sarasota Bay Bridge one morning as well and went on a few bicycle rides.


If you are wondering, no we do not travel light lol. 2 car seats, a double stroller a couple checked bags and a cpl carry ons, oh and then the 3/4 ton my ole man drove down to haul the boat, bikes and all the kids toys.
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I was soo taken back by the amount of Amish / Mennonites we saw. It totally changed my perspective on what I thought I knew about their culture. Some had cell phones, saw a few of the amish men at the sarasota bay boat launch loading a favorably sized boat... on the beaches, in the ice cream stores. I thought they lived a bit more secluded and restricted but it appeared my perception was incorrect.
I took a local class on Amish/Mennonite culture led by a Mennonite with deep roots in both Sarasota and the culture. He said that for snowbird Amish/Mennonites (the majority), "What happens in Sarasota stays in Sarasota." As you discovered, there is surprising variety in belief and practices among the Amish/Mennonites.

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Seems like red tide killed the tourist industry a bit, or at least that's what some of the locals were stating.
The high season traffic doesn't seem quite as bad this year. I rarely get down to the coast so I can't comment on the situation down there. Rampant over-development is a local issue, red tide or not - definitely something to keep an eye on.
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