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A Gift Never Tasted This Good

A Gift Never Tasted This Good

Gift card givers tend to have a bad reputation, perhaps because the receiver thinks they are impersonal. But we’re here to tell you why an Anna Maria Oyster Bar gift card is the

Supporting Education & College Tuition

Supporting Education & College Tuition

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, about 16.8 million students were enrolled in a community college or university in 2019. Unfortunately, we continue to

Shuck Cancer!

Shuck Cancer!

Shuck Cancer! 1 in 8 Women in the United States will develop breast cancer over the course of their lifetime making it the most common type of cancer among women.

October marked

Fall Into Our October Promos!

Fall Into Our October Promos!

Happy Fall, AMOB friends and family! The humidity is gone, the sun is still shining, and hurricane season is slowly but surely coming to an end. We’re so excited about what we

Back to 1995

Back to 1995

It’s our birth month and in true AMOB Style, we’re throwing a month-long party! Throughout September, when you donate a new children’s book appropriate for elementary-age readers,

Try our Drink of the Month: Shell Yeah!

Try our Drink of the Month: Shell Yeah!

In May, we started recycling our oyster shells. Thousands of oysters are consumed at local seafood restaurants in Florida like Anna Maria Oyster Bar. When oyster shells are

2019 FRLA Marketing + Operations Summit

2019 FRLA Marketing + Operations Summit

What a fantastic time we had at the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association Marketing + Operations Summit in Tampa on August 13th & 14th. This is our big annual conference where

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

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