ViUDA New Americana Bistro

108 N. Main St., Buda, 78610, 512/295-2053
"Vuida", Spanish for "widow", is an homage to the widows who ran the former hotel in the same building. Starters include formaggio crostini, and Flapper Bandits (basically, Buffalo wings). Entrees are varied, and include the yak burger and Shiner Bock fish fry.
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ViUDA New American Bistro

Aside from a stellar vegetarian dish, Ramborger's bistro could use some tweaking

Melanie Haupt, April 19, 2012

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