Calling all foodies! Get ready to dive in full force to delicious Texas Hill Country eats this fall at these mouth-watering culinary events. There’s something to look forward to in each autumn month. Boerne is a no-judgement zone as we encourage even the most diet-conscious individuals to head out to these tasty events. There’s something for everyone, and we believe you’ll leave feeling completely satisfied!
We are getting more and more excited about Boerne’s first ever Hill Country Shrimp and Music Festival! With dishes curated by individual food truck chefs, there will be plenty of different types of cuisine to try. Korean, American, Caribbean, Mexican and more will all be there for your tasting pleasure! Enjoy local artists as well as headliners, Ruben V and Sonic Radio, while you munch away! Don’t forget to enter to win 2 FREE tickets, food vouchers, and t-shirts for this awesome event!
The Kendall County Women’s Shelter is hosting the 4th Annual Sip and Savor event which features local restaurants, breweries and vendors. Try a little of everything (or a lot, we won’t judge you) while also supporting the Women’s Shelter.
Feelin’ wild and adventurous when it comes to dining? The Kendall County Wild Game Dinner is perfect for you! When you let the savory aroma of fresh axis deer, alligator, pork, turkey, beef, fish and chicken draw you in, you aren’t going to regret this decision. Do the calories really count if you’re having a total blast? Games, auctions, vendors and more will also accompany the event to make it a night the whole family can enjoy!
Every Saturday from 11AM-2PM, you can explore the great, elevated tastes of Boerne’s Hill Country Mile. You won’t walk more than 2 blocks without tasting something mouth-watering and delicious —so come hungry!
If you won’t be visiting during any of the scheduled events listed here, not to worry! You can still get a “foodie experience” on any given day of the week when you come to Boerne. Check out this itinerary with lots of fun ideas on where to get your grub on in town!
Written by: Erika Yount, Boerne Convention and Visitors Bureau Admin