Like the United Nations, fusion cuisine combines the best traits of many countries and mostly ignores Antarctica. Savor a security council of flavor with today's Groupon to Viuda Bistro in Buda. Choose between the following options:
For $28, you get a meal for two (up to a $58 total value). The meal includes:
- One appetizer (up to a $10 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $24 value each)
For $12, you get $24 worth of carry-out orders from the menu. Entrees start at $10.
Head chef Kurt Ramborger harnesses local ingredients and interblends international flavors to fill seasonal menus. Shimmy into supper with an appetizer of Flapper bandits, outlaw chicken wings disguised in the choice of house rub, sweetened jalapeño, or other seasoned sauces and served with tequila-blue dip. The Helen supplies diners with a pair of hearty tacos, black-eyed-pea relish, and chipotle chayote, and Latin flavors invade The Drunkard to kick up wurst and farfalle pasta with roasted yams, Tejas slaw, and a sauce sauteed with Tito's vodka. Tongues sweat over the Viuda's 16-ounce bone-in yak sirloin, a grass-fed cut noted for being lean and juicy, much like a CliffsNotes tabloid. Though corkage fees aren't included with this Groupon, guests can bring their own bottle of wine from their personal collection or their neighbor's unlocked cellar.