BRADENTON BEACH – Island Time Bar & Grill and the Bridge Street Bistro have new owners.
Island Time Bar & Grill – Located on the Bridge Street/Gulf Drive circle on Bradenton Beach, Anna Maria Island. The bar is on the ground level below the fine dining restaurant, Bridge Street Bistro.
This open-air bar with a patio features cocktails, seafood & upmarket bar fare in a laid-back setting.
Known for the area’s best live entertainment and a relaxed tropical setting their menu is an eclectic combination of American dishes paired with the freshest seafood.
The outdoor patio offers incredible views of the Gulf of Mexico.
As well, you will enjoy – Live performances · Happy hour drinks · Great bar food
Just a short five minute walk from Anna Maria Island Condo Rentals.
Bridge Street Bistro – Located right in the heart of all the activity on Anna Maria Island.
The atmosphere here is relaxed yet refined and the attire is resort casual. This is an out of sight spot that could be missed because it is on the third floor above Island Time Grill. They have an elevator, for those who don’t desire to climb stairs.
The food is consistently good and staff gives you a personal touch service. Order steak or Cedar planked salmon and you will not be disappointed.
They offer indoor and outdoor dining. The outdoor terrace with tables overlooking the Gulf offers a fabulous view of the amazing sunsets.
A quiet atmosphere with a well appointed menu at reasonable prices Bridge Street Bistro continues to exceed our expectations at every visit.
Now for the Latest news …
** BRADENTON BEACH – Island Time Bar & Grill and the Bridge Street Bistro have new owners.
On Friday, Oct. 13, co-owners Bill Herlihy and John Hardesty closed the sale of their restaurant businesses to Steve Bishop and Ron Fuller, who own Surf Shack Coastal Kitchen in St. Armands Circle and Tampa.
Bishop and Fuller will continue to lease the building from property owner Angela Rodocker. According to Herlihy, the staff, including General Manager Kit Bradman, will be retained and business will continue as usual for the foreseeable future.
Herlihy and Hardesty bought Bridge Street Bistro on Jan. 31, 2011, and opened Island Time later that year on July 4. After 38 years, Herlihy will take a break from the restaurant business, but he and Hardesty still own and operate the Island Time Inn across the street; and Herlihy and his fiancée Cheryl Douma plan to get married in the coming year.
“I’ll be able to relax and go fishing now that I don’t have a three-story restaurant to run. I can watch my little hotel and enjoy the Island myself,” Herlihy said on Saturday.
“The city and the police department have been great to work with. I want to thank Barbara and Angela Rodocker for the opportunity, and thanks to all our customers for making us a huge success. I’m sure Ron and Steve will continue that success, and I wish them all the best.”
** Retrieved Anna Maria Island Sun 10/17/2017
We congratulate the new owners and wish them good luck with their venture.
We can’t wait for our next visit!
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