Surf ‘n’ Turf

Seafood, Boudro's - San Antonio, Texas

Seafood, Boudro’s – San Antonio, Texas

I promise that I’m not turning this into a food blog. This is the last food post, at least for a while. In fact, it’s the final post of this college graduation series.

Our party of 12 went to Boudro’s on the Riverwalk. We were lucky to get a reservation for so many people. Even though we were there really early for dinner, the place was completely packed. We had a great time, and it was the perfect way to finish off a memorable day.

Surf ‘n’ Turf or Surf and Turf is an American expression for the main course featuring both seafood and steak. There’s actually an entry in Wikipedia about it, of course. I thought it would be a fun title for this post. However, these are two separate main courses.

Steak, Boudro's - San Antonio, Texas

Steak, Boudro’s – San Antonio, Texas

My wife ordered the seafood, and I got a steak. I’m not really a big steak eater. But since I was at a steakhouse, I figured it was the logical choice.

These are just snapshots, not unlike what one might post on Instagram. Though I’m using a fancier camera with a 35mm f1.4 prime lens. The big aperture produced a shallow depth of field, making the food look even more special. It’s not professional food photography, but I think it came out pretty good in available restaurant light.

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