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Happy National Catfish Month!

Happy National Catfish Month!

August is here and so is National Catfish Month! Around the country, catfish finds its way onto menus and dinner tables providing a very tasty meal, especially here in the South.

Dive Into Reading Year 3: One for the Books!

Dive Into Reading Year 3: One for the Books!

Dive Into Reading has successfully completed year three, and this year, in particular, was one for the books! We are so incredibly humbled & proud to share that AMOB has been

Sweet Summertime Specials

Sweet Summertime Specials

Sweet (HOT) summertime is in full swing and AMOB is here to cool you off every. single. day. Seven days a week, we have a “Drink of the Day” at ALL FOUR Oyster Bars to help you

The Best Shuckin’ Week Ever!

The Best Shuckin’ Week Ever!

August 5th marks National Oyster Day, so naturally, we decided to host our own Oyster Week leading up to National Oyster Day! Here at Anna Maria Oyster Bar, we serve our oysters

Meet Server Lisa Davis!

Meet Server Lisa Davis!

Why did you choose to work in this industry?

I absolutely love the environment of hospitality, especially at AMOB! I love working around fun people!

Tell us about your approach to

More Time for Pier Time

More Time for Pier Time

A wise man once said, “if it don’t make dollars, it don’t make sense,” and with that advice in mind, we’ve made the decision to discontinue daily Breakfast and Weekend Brunch

Congratulations to the 2019 ManaTeach winners!

Congratulations to the 2019 ManaTeach winners!

It was a pleasure to co-sponsor this year’s ManaTeach rewards program along with Gettel Automotive.

ManaTeach is an authentic campaign inviting all Manatee County School District

Meet Server Vicki Dickson

Meet Server Vicki Dickson

Why did you choose to work in this industry?

I retired from being a flight attendant for over 30 years. I really missed working in the customer service environment!

Tell us about

Shell Yeah We Recycle!

Shell Yeah We Recycle!

Thousands of oysters are consumed at local seafood restaurants in Florida like Anna Maria Oyster Bar. The shells are usually discarded before piling up in our ever-growing