Locals and tourists alike all flock to San Antonio to enjoy the Alamo City’s beloved Riverwalk. Some of the hottest spots at this outdoor attraction are Boudro’s and it’s sister restaurant, Zinc.
Hands down one of the most spectacular places in all of Texas to be this time of year is Boudro’s on the beautiful San Antonio River Walk. Goodtaste caught up with this Texas Bistro’s magnificent chef, Manny Elizondo, for a fabulous new field mushroom appetizer — made with a gorgeous variety of mushrooms raised in Gonzalez, Texas.
There’s a beautiful ranch in West Texas producing an incredible lamb product you’ll find in some of the finest restaurants in San Antonio…Boudro’s and Zinc for starters! All-natural lamb seared to a golden brown, cooked in red wine and deglazed…a juicy shank with little to no fat!
It’s time to give thanks – and salute the troops! For the second year, Luke San Antonio will be giving thanks to locally stationed servicemen and women by inviting them to dine as guests of the restaurant on Thanksgiving (11/22).
Nothing feels more romantic than an intimate dinner for two on the River Walk for Valentine’s Day. The fabulous Zinc Bistro & Wine Bar is single-handedly helping you to spice things up with this devilish dish: a Paella Valenciana for Two!
Tuesday February 14, 2012 1st Course Carrot soup with lemon, honey and cumin Shrimp croquettes with olives Roasted asparagus salad with raspberries and brie 2nd Course Hot smoked salmon with roasted broccolini and hazelnuts, purple mashers, tomatoes and dill Beef tenderloin with corn pudding, poblano chimichury and guajillo chili sauces 3rd Course Strawberry Rhubarb Fruit […]
Welcome to the busiest kitchen per square footage in the entire country! Boudro’s bistro on the River Walk is the place to be and be seen. We’re tackling their signature dish that made them top dog: the Blackened Prime Rib. Served with Boudreaux butter, rosemary potatoes and roasted vegetables, this dish is divine – and perfect for your holiday celebrations!
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.
People who know Chef Steven McHugh, Executive Chef of Luke Restaurant on the SA River Walk, will tell you he has a big heart. They’re right. For the past three days Chef McHugh has been in Bastrop cooking for the victims of the wildfires. It’s not the first time the CIA trained chef has worn […]
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.
Good news, looks like a one of the best deals around—Fig Tree Restaurant’s tasting menu on Tuesday and Wednesday nights might just stick around for the summertime too. So says owner Moe Lazri. Lazri says the weekday dinners have been very popular, so he’s considering offering them for at least a bit longer. Let’s hope […]
This Niman Ranch pork chop is seared on the grill and topped with a fabulous Sweet Potato Chorizo and Pineapple Pico de Gallo.
You no longer have to wait for a special occasion to dine at one of San Antonio’s most charming and romantic restaurants, The Fig Tree on the River Walk. Every Tuesday and Wednesday the Fig Tree is offering a special tasting menu – a three course gourmet meal for $39 per person. If you want […]
Set your love life on fire at the Fig Tree. This charming, romantic restaurant sits on the banks of the winding San Antonio River Walk. Inside the historic La Villita building, you’ll love the cozy table nooks and the old world style service. Outside, the terraced patio offers incredible views of the River Walk and privacy when required.
I adore the charm and warmth of Little Rhein Steak House. Nestled into historic La Villita, it’s as lovely inside as the perfectly positioned patio on the Riverwalk is outside. Next time you dine there, take a minute to look around and think about The Little Rhein’s place in the history books.