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Cincinnati-based Nada Opens in Arena District

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Contemporary Mexican sit-down restaurant Nada has opened in the new Columbia Gas headquarters building. The taco-slinging locale has been undergoing extensive construction for the past six months, and has finally opened its cherry-stained wooden doors this past Saturday.

Nada is the sister to Cincinnati-based Italian eateries Boca and Sotto, all residing under ownership of Boca Restaurant Group CEO David Falk. Nada is the second of it’s kind, and Falk’s first expansion outside of Cincinnati.

The menu includes a generous selection of tacos, where fillings include Korean chili-marinated pastor, pork belly, carnitas, mushroom, and grilled salmon. Other dinner entrees include adobo-rubbed pork chops, chicken and corn enchiladas, and a sweet corn husk-steamed tamal, topped with savory carnitas and crowned with a fried egg. The drink selection includes house-made margaritas and the Mexican Mule, a tequila-based twist on the Moscow Mule.

The restaurant seats 156, with their wraparound outdoor patio set for a Spring opening. Nada will be open daily for lunch and dinner, with brunch offerings on Saturdays and Sundays.

For more information, visit www.eatdrinknada.com.

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