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Bucha Brewhouse & Bistro

Bucha provides a daily rotating menu with a variety of food styles and puts fresh ingredients to creative use for things like their house-made tofu mayo and cashew 'cheesecakes.'

Fresh Ingredients, Delicious Endeavors.

Bucha Brewhouse & Bistro opened its doors on September 29th, 2018 in the Grassroots District of Downtown Princeton. Owner, Kayla Alred, holds the vision of encouraging a culture in West Virginia that empowers citizens to take control of their health and well-being. Bucha provides a daily rotating menu with a variety of food styles and puts fresh ingredients to creative use for things like their house-made tofu mayo and cashew “cheesecakes.”

Kayla and crew take pride in making all of their sauces and dressings from scratch to ensure they are vegan and gluten-free. They craft their “creamy” soups with various types of plant-based milk and thicken them with cornstarch instead of flour.

Kayla also works closely with local farmers so she can source as much West Virginia-grown produce as possible. Therefore, much of the produce you experience at Bucha is sourced from our very own Mercer County Tailgate Market.

Besides serving up food from a menu, Bucha Brewhouse & Bistro offers a space for parties and also offers catering. Reach out to the restaurant to learn more. Catering is available for large events, birthdays, reunions, parties, graduations, and more.

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957 MERCER STREET, Princeton, WV




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Starry Eyes Media is a web design and branding agency located in Princeton, WV. We created this page and others to highlight neighborhood businesses and help them get found online.

Starry Eyes was established in 2015 and has worked with a wide variety of local business owners and managers.

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