A Rich History
Bradenton’s history stretches back to the 1530s, when it was explored during an expedition by Hernando De Soto. In modern times, many of the historic buildings constructed since the 1840s have been recently restored, giving residents and visitors an opportunity to step back in time and enrich themselves in this Florida town’s history. With historic courtrooms, schoolhouses, farmhouses, general stores, and more, this community provides multiple spots for education, culture, and enlightenment!
No matter what you’re craving for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, Bradenton’s diverse restaurants are sure to have something to satisfy. Some favorite spots in the area include Vertoris Pizza House, Ortygia, Lucky Frog Restaurant, O’Bricks Pub and Martini Bar, Sage Biscuit Café, EnRich Bistro, The Clam House, Fav’s Italian Cucina, Full Belly Stuffed Burgers, Tandoor Indian Restaurant, and Apollonia Mediterranean Grill.
Natural Outdoor Beauty
If you are passionate about the outdoors, then this Florida suburb is right for you! Bradenton offers you the chance to become immersed in local nature preserves, parks, fishing villages and beaches. Some favorites include the Robinson Nature Preserve, Emerson Point Preserve, De Soto National Memorial, Gamble Plantation Historic State Park, and Palma Sola Botanical Garden.
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