If you're planning an Anna Maria vacation, here are the some of the family friendly restaurants and things to do. Amenities include full-service kitchens, beach-side homes, private pools and more. No matter what type of rental you're looking for, it's nearly guaranteed that the island offers it. Guests can typically rent a home for as few as three days, but weekly or monthly rentals are most common.
A good breakfast can give your day the kick start it needs. Cafe on the Beach is locally-owned restaurant and is a favorite of tourists and locals alike. For lunch, families can quickly grab a picnic lunch from the Atlanta Bread Company Bakery-Cafe before heading back to the beach. You can find best Anna Maria resort at https://www.silverresorts.com/anna-maria-island/.
For dinner, consider the Sandbar Restaurant and its selection of fresh seafood and sunset, beachfront views. Families with young children will appreciate the early bird menu offered by the restaurant. Afterwards, unwind with treats from Dip's Ice Cream or Cold Stone Creamery.
These are only a few of the many restaurants located here, other choices include Hurricane Hank's, the City Pier Restaurant, Mr. Bone's BBQ and Oma's Pizza – you may want to try them all on your Anna Maria vacation.