We carry a unique blend of locally made products and art, including jewelry, signs, glassware, and our own takeout mugs that keep your beverage hot or cold for hours. We also carry artwork and even locally made custom skateboards.
We aren’t just a coffee haus – we offer a wide selection of smoothies, juices, soft drinks, and other unique drinks.
Our coffee is a mix of locally roasted Columbian, Mexican, and Puerto Rican beans and is extremely popular. You can buy it ground to take home and remember, if you bring your takeout out cup you get a discount.
Our teas are from a local company and are full leaf. We have a wide selection of black and herbal teas.
We have a wide selection of pastries, bagels, cakes, brownies and all kinds of sweets. You’ll also find protein plates, mermaid oats, fresh fruit, chips, granola bars and other snacks. We introduce new products regularly, so stop in often to see what we’ve got.
We are thrilled to announce our new location at 317 Pine Ave. in Anna Maria. Now you can get your Island Coffee Haus fix up on the North end our beautiful island. We’re right next to Emerson’s studio, and there is parking in front of our location. Of course, in season Pine Ave. is crowded, so you can jump on the trolley, or ride your bike to see us.
Seating is limited to our beautiful porch where you can sit and watch island life go by. We are carrying all of the same great baked goods, lattes, coffee, tea etc. that we do in our original Holmes Beach Coffee Haus, and we have free WI-FI as well.
Since 2013 Island Coffee Haus has been sponsoring turtle nests and monitoring the northern beaches of Anna Maria during turtle nesting season. Bev volunteers for the AMI Turtle and Shore Bird Watch. Every Friday during Sea Turtle nesting season (May to October) at 6am she walks the Northern beach (section 2) cleaning up trash left behind, and looking for Sea Turtle and Snowy Plover nests and tracks. She checks each nest to see if the baby turtles have hatched and then counts the eggs left behind so that the group can track how many Sea Turtles hatched.
Recently we were blessed to see a live crawl: