This Tiki Bar hosts an eclectic group and is sure to provide fun for all. They have Live music every weekend and it is truly a unique experience. They have deep water dockage for your boat right on the Intracoastal Waterway, next to the historical Blackburn Point Swing Bridge.
801 Blackburn Point Rd., Osprey, (941) 966-1901,
This expansive Gulf-front structure on the white sands of Anna Maria offers high-tops just feet from the beach. They have nightly entertainment and you can bring your pooch, too.
Located directly on the beach behind The Ritz Carlton, take the public beach access hiding just south of the Ritz-Carlton Beach Club to this historic little Sarasota landmark now owned by The Ritz. You can walk down the beach at your leisure.
111 Ritz-Carlton Drive, Sarasota, (941) 309-2000,www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/florida/Sarasota/dining/the-lido-key-tiki-bar
Downtown Sarasota and still a world away, O’Leary’s serves good drinks, acceptable food and live music, but the shell-lined shore and the tranquil Sarasota Bay are the stars. Popular with visitors, locals (and their dogs), boaters from the adjacent marina and downtown workers who can walk from the office.
At the foot of the big, beautiful Venice City Pier, Sharky’s tiki bar serves up a rainbow selection of frozen drinks or whatever else you’d like to drink. If you’re planning to have dinner, enjoy Sharky’s for a casual atmosphere or Fin’s for a more upscale atmosphere.
Gorgeous views of the Intracoastal Waterway with terrific sunset watching, frequent live music, and you can come by boat.
Located on Dona Bay, you can enjoy some of the best sunsets while you sip on one of their handcrafted cocktails or enjoy their unique Caribbean food. Live music is usually played 5-9pm. If you come by boat, they have a map of their location on their website.
Offering an authentic Florida seafood menu and some family favorites. They also have Live entertainment every weekend. If you come by boat go to Marker 4.