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BEACH BISTRO Online Ordering Menu
Available for delivery on Anna Maria Island north of Manatee Avenue, or for curbside pickup at Eat Here - 5315 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, FL 34217. Please have valid 21+ ID ready for all alcohol purchases.
Brushed with true butter, then prepared in a classic Charlemagne style or with a cognac-pepper Normande. Only one percent of American beef gets to be “Prime” American beef — “Where we believe that the beer belongs in the cowboys.”
First, you hire a bunch of pros to build a killer broth. Poach to order “Novey” lobster tails, jumbo shrimp, premium market fish, shellfish, & octopus. Served with clever asides of herbed, garlic toast, & aïoli.
From Our Wine List - Dave's Top 10 | Updated September 9th
Special selections from the coveted Beach Bistro Wine list. Curated each week by Wine Guy Dave.
Schramsberg Mirabelle Brut
California sparkling standard, crisp acidity, citrus, green apple notes, perfect anytime.
Broman Sauvignon Blanc
Crisp and refreshing Meyer lemon, apricot, & tropical notes. Bob Broman makes very small productions of very high quality.
Bar-M Vineyard Diatom Chardonnay 2016
Refreshing summer chardonnay with hints of pear, chamomile, and white peach, made by Greg Brewer.
Shafer Red Shoulder Ranch Chardonnay 2018
Carneros classic, citrus, honeysuckle, pineapple, & structured oak.
Foris Dry Gewurtzraminer 2017
From the Rogue Valley, Oregon with citrus rind, lychee, & grapefruit, without the heavy perfumed nose this grape can be known for. Perfect for Summer heat here in Florida.
Jean-Claude Ramonet Chassagne Montrachet 2017
Scents of green pear, marzipan, & drawn butter wrapped in lemons. Always a treat.
Midnight Estate Zinfandel 2017
Massive Paso Robles zinfandel, dark berries, graphite, & plums. Alcohol 16.9%.
Arnot-Roberts Syrah 2016
A medium weight Syrah that exudes cloves, lavender, & a surprisingly bright fruit.
Muga Rioja Gran Reserva "Prado Enea" 2011
Deep dark plum, cherry, with lots of cedar & forest notes. This is always a favorite Spanish red, seems to get better every vintage.