Celebrating Women’s History Month at Anna Maria Oyster Bar


In honor of March being National Women’s History Month, we are hosting a clothing drive for the Women’s Resource Center. If you’d like to participate, we ask that you bring in any gently-used women’s clothing garment to any of our locations during March. 

What’s your “go to” appetizer? Grandma Georgie’s Chipotle Oysters? Portabella Mushrooms? Peel & Eat Shrimp? Have you tried Will’s newest addition, the Tequila Lime Oysters? Here’s your chance to try a new appetizer for $5 off! A friendly heads up, those coupons are available to use with the purchase of an entrée.

The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is a local non-profit with three centers in the Manatee and Sarasota Counties. WRC is dedicated to providing direction to women of all generations by inspiring, educating and supporting them through life’s transitions. The core of their mission is to provide counseling, education and training which leads to emotional and financial fulfillment. Learn more about their organization, weekly programs, and events on their website.

As Annual Corporate Partners for WRC, we are proud supporters of their mission and cause. Each year, we host a special appreciation brunch for their volunteers, as well as a Sponsor/Donor Appreciation event at our home. You can read more about it here.

So, if you’re wanting to get a head-start on your spring cleaning, need to purge your closet of unused items, or simply want to support a great organization – this is the perfect opportunity. All Anna Maria Oyster Bar locations are participating. So, if you want to stop by and enjoy live music at Landside or indulge in the bayside views the Pier has to offer, the choice is yours! Offer ends on March 31st, 2018.

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