Beach Bistro – Gulf Front Fine Dining Reviews
The Beach Bistro is Anna Maria Island’s first choice for high-end dining. Here you’ll enjoy only the best food and drink available with service you won’t find elsewhere. Beach Bistro has received ZAGAT’s “Top Restaurants in America” award in addition to many other accolades.
In addition to an outstanding menu, you’ll love the cozy dining room, local art and beautiful gulf front views.
Beach Bistro Reviews
Went to the restaurant with a party of 8 on the 17th of April for our wedding dinner. We were first given a table on the sand and drinks until our table was ready.
It was nice to have the owner come over and inquire about our meal and wished us congratulations on our wedding. Our entrees ranged from small plates and seafood dishes to my choice of filet, it was butter soft and cooked to perfection. Side orders were split among a few of us and all were fantastic. We all had some dtessert, and I must say I never eat dessert but these were so tempting not to pass up. I used lived in Bradenton for 8 years and now in Germany and I can say that even with Burns over in Tampa and many of the other steak houses that I have been to in the area, this beats them all. I highly recommend this restaurant , for a romantic dinner for 2 or a party of 8.
Every single time we dine at the Beach Bistro it is excellent! The food is fabulous, the service is fabulous, Mr. Sean will give you a dinning experience you will never forget. This in a place you will be going WOW with every bite. We have been dinning here for over 6 years and it remains one of our favorites. We have just purchased a home on the island and you can’t keep me away from The Beach Bistro!
This is a small restaurant right on the beach. It’s not cheap but it’s worth it. Suggest “small plates” to give you a variety of tastes. We started with a mushroom “creme brulee” followed by scallops and lamb chops (note small plate is 2 each). Whole the wine list is impressive but it’s also very expensive starting at $40+. Restaurant has no problem with bringing in your own bottle and will charge a $20 corkage fee. But at least bring something decent!