Thursday, November 1, 2012

WEEKEND: Taste of Manatee at Bradenton Riverwalk and so much more

Blue Marlin, a foodie favorite specializing in local seafood that operates out of a 1920s cottage on Bridge St. in Bradenton Beach, will be making its first appearance at Taste of Manatee.

Owner Adam Ellis hopes that the rough weather won't keep him from serving his delicious stone crab macaroni and cheese dish, which will go for $5 a serving at the event.

If the local crabbers can't get to their catch, the Blue Marlin booth will serve fish rolls for $4. They are made with daily cuts of fresh fish lightly held together in a classic crab cake preparation and finished with garlic aioli.

 "We just want to show people we serve the freshest fish on the island," Ellis said.

 Read entire story. 

Many more events, shows, etc. featured in today's Weekend.

—PHOTO: People stop by the Thai Lotus tent for a taste of Thai cooking at a Taste of Manatee in downtown Bradenton. PAUL VIDELA — Bradenton Herald

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