Boudro’s is a popular holiday dining destination for tourists and locals alike- and for good reason! Boudro’s distinctive menu of Texas and southwestern specialties is just the icing on the cake…especially when it comes to breaking bread aboard one of its private river barges.
It’s not too often that one of the most popular tourist restaurants on the River Walk is also one of the most popular restaurants with locals too. Yes, Boudro’s just keeps on delivering! You have got to try their famous tables side guacamole, their Prickly Pear Margarita and the Texas Martini (jalapeño stuffed olives anyone?), but add another item to that list.
The San Antonio River Walk is an incredible destination this time of year. And if you visit this treasure, you MUST try this new menu item at Boudro’s. This Niman Ranch Pork Chop is seared on the grill and topped with a fabulous Sweet Potato Chorizo and Pineapple Pico de Gallo.
Fresh fish and just the right amount of spice are the keys to Boudro’s delicious ceviche. The weather in San Antonio is perfect for this light, refreshing dish. Imagine sitting on the banks of the San Antonio River Walk sipping Boudro’s famous Prickly Pear Margarita and watching the world go by.
Why not celebrate love every chance you get! This Valentine’s there are some wonderful choices for you and that oh-so-special someone.
Dark, rich chocolate molten cakes are one of the most popular desserts on restaurant menus. But, the dreamy, creamy cocoa creation at Boudro’s has a little something extra-special inside. I couldn’t resist its temptation…see if you can.
The richest, most flavorful soups often start with a roux—a simple mixture of flour and butter that thicken the soup. Sounds easy enough, but if you screw up your roux, you’re probably not going to like the way your soup turns out.
Forget your diet till January – this eggnog from Zinc Bistro and Wine Bar is delicious! Bet you can’t drink just one! Serve this at your holiday table and you won’t even need a dessert.
Make a meal out of this incredible duck and sausage gumbo at Boudro’s on the beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk. This dish has been on the menu since Boudro’s opened it’s doors more than 25 years ago, and once you taste it you’ll see why!
This dish is from one of my all time favorite San Antonio Riverwalk restaurants, and probably yours too, Boudro’s. The marinade for the flank steak is one of the secrets to this dish, and then there’s the savory Chimmichurri sauce to top it off! Pure Bliss.