2017 New Year’s Eve Party On The Waterfront

Ring in New Year’s 2017 on the waterfront at the annual Riverhouse Reef & Grill New Year’s Eve Bash!

All party goers will have the opportunity to enjoy our all-you-can-eat buffet with Riverhouse favorites and specialty dishes just for this occasion.  Also enjoy party favors, a live DJ, dancing, and a champagne toast & balloon drop at midnight. 

This year we’ve added special “Best Dressed” prizes.  So dress to nines, put on your dance shoes and bring in the new year on the waterfront!

Adults $79
Kids 6-12 $15
Kids 5 & Under FREE

Doors open at 7:30pm and the party concludes at 12:30am

CALL (941) 729-0616 TO MAKE RESERVATIONS

The Riverhouse Reef & Grill is the 2014 & 2016 winner of “Best Waterfront Restaurant” – voted by the readers of the Bradenton Herald. 

Never-Ending Summer Rental – Article From Houseboat Magazine

Read what happened when a Houseboat Magazine writer booked a stay on the Flotel “Never-Ending Summer” here at Regatta Pointe Marina!

Published online at www.houseboatmagazine.com: Sep 28, 2016 

BY AUSTA COOK

Never-ending Summer Rental – Via Houseboat Magazine

What started with a simple “yes!” from my sister-in-law to a marriage proposal resulted in a relaxing weekend for my own bride and me aboard a delightful rental houseboat in boat-friendly Bradenton, Fla.

When we learned that Maria’s little sis was to be married in an al fresco Pass-A-Grille, Fla., beach ceremony, we started looking for a place to stay nearby for the St. Petersburg-area nuptials. Involving a five-state, 15-hour, thousand-mile drive each way from our Ohio home to our favorite spring break destination state, we wanted to extend our stay and enjoy a mini break from work. 

To read the complete story, click here.

We Had Great Service – At The Manatee Riverhouse

From the initial meeting to the end of the event, we had great service! Cindi (the event manager), was very accommodating and helpful during the event. She helped us set up the room with the flowers and centerpieces, she was a great help with the Audio Visual. My attendees were extremely impressed with the venue and the food was out of this world! Everyone had great things to say!

Leslie W.
Manatee-Sarasota Building Industry Association

Our Christmas Gift To You – Buy a Gift Card, Get Another Free

It’s better to give than to receive, but it’s the BEST to give AND receive this Christmas!  That’s why Riverhouse Reef & Grill is rewarding your holiday generosity.  When you buy a $50 gift card, we’ll give you a $5 gift card for you – or purchase a $100 gift card and we’ll give you a $10 card to keep for yourself.

Hurry in, this offer is only valid from Nov. 25 to Dec. 25, 2016.  Gift Cards are available for purchase at our restaurant bar or CLICK HERE to make your gift card purchases online.

Riverhouse Reef & Grill is located waterfront on the Manatee River between Bradenton and Palmetto, FL.  Stop by for great seafood, steaks, burgers, salads, craft beers, wines, mixed drinks and more.  Plus enjoy relaxing waterfront vieww of the mile-wide Manatee River and downtown Bradenton skyline

Red Tide Status – Manatee County Nov. 1, 2016

FWC reports on the current status of Karenia brevis blooms using tables, static maps, and interactive Google Earth maps. Archived status maps can be found in our Flickr gallery.

Report Courtesy of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

OCT 28, 2016 — A bloom of the Florida red tide organism, Karenia brevis, persists in Southwest Florida from northern Manatee County to central Lee County, with very low concentrations detected in southern Pinellas County and southern Collier County. 

Karenia brevis was observed in background to very low concentrations in two samples collected from Pinellas County; background to high concentrations in thirteen samples collected from Manatee County; very low to high concentrations in twenty-six samples collected from Sarasota County; low to medium concentrations in nine samples collected from Charlotte County; background to medium concentrations in nineteen samples collected from Lee County; and background to very low concentrations in four samples collected from Collier County.