Boudin in Lake Charles and Southwest Louisiana 

What is Boudin?

Considered a staple snack in the southern regions of the Bayou State, boudin is made of varying amounts of pork meat, liver, rice, onions, parsley and dry seasonings like salt, red pepper, black pepper and garlic powder. Bought by the pound, boudin is Southwest Louisiana's favorite finger food. It's perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner or anytime in between. See listings below for places where you can find boudin.

Where can I get Boudin?

The best way to find your favorite boudin is to sample it along the Southwest Louisiana Boudin Trail, along U.S. Interstate 10 and visiting any mom and pop food establishments, specialty meat shops, or grocery stores that has boudin fresh or packaged. We have compiled a convenient list of stops that provide boudin. You may pick up a brochure at our visitors center.

Watch to Learn About The Southwest Louisiana Boudin Trail

Boudin Wars is an event in Southwest Louisiana, usually held in October, where local restaurants and chefs compete for the title of "Best Boudin in SWLA!" Local restaurants and stores will be allowing visitors to sample their boudin recipes, and visitors will get to choose the area's best…