When you dine at Boudreaux’s Cajun Grill, you have the option to eat inside near the bar, or outside on the deck overlooking the eastern shoreline of Mobile Bay. The deck, of course, tends to be the more popular choice. The beautiful sight of Mobile Bay, no matter the time of day, is just one of the many essential elements offered by the city of Daphne, AL.
Also known as The Jubilee City, Daphne has been a city of opportunity since it was first incorporated back in 1927. It is now the largest city in Baldwin County, but continues to retain that old-time, small-town feel in the community. That strong sense of community derives from recreation, success and good ol’ Southern charm.
After enjoying a great meal at Boudreaux’s, you may feel inclined to stretch your legs. There are plenty of beautiful and local sights to visit, including recreational parks and park reserves. Bayfront Park is a short drive away from Boudreaux’s and includes bayfront access, a gazebo and a boardwalk that connects to the Village Point Park Reserve. The reserve is bountiful with landmarks, including the historic D’Olive Cemetery & Jackson’s Oak, as well as state and national award-winning trees. With a total of 13 parks, you are sure to get your daily steps in at Daphne!
What day out is complete without a little bit of shopping? Located on US-98, Boudreaux’s is literally just a few minutes away from all of the shopping hotspots. If you continue north, you will find yourself at Jubilee Shopping Center, complete with a movie theater and many brand-name stores. Drive along I-10 and you will find the Eastern Shore Shopping Center in Malbis, which is full of outlet stores, restaurants and another movie theater. Of course, on your day out don’t neglect Olde Town Daphne! Many quaint stores, as well as Daphne City Hall and Main Street. It is perfect for an afternoon stroll.
Next time you’re in Daphne, whether for work or play, stop by Boudreaux’s. From that one location, you’ll be sure to discover first-hand why Daphne is such a special place along the Eastern Shore. Bon Temps from the bayou!