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John Anderson

No Va Kitchen & Bar

87 Rainey
Austin, 78701
Hours: Tue.-Sat., 6pm-11pm; Sun., 5pm-11pm
The three menus here (bar, dinner, and supper) are a tip of the hat to the city's favorite comfort foods. Macaroni and cheese, pasta, along with plenty of hearty slow-cooked meats, take center stage. These are gussied up properly to go with the fashion-forward decor and a clever cocktail menu.

Chronicle Reviews

Go or No Go?

No Va is a promising addition to the Rainey Street District

Rachel Feit, January 30, 2014

First Plates Awards

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