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Cincinnati-based Nada Restaurant Opening in Arena District

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Another dose of Cincinnati is coming to Columbus by way of Nada — a popular restaurant located not far from Fountain Square. Their Columbus location will land at 240 West Nationwide Boulevard, inside the new Columbia Gas HQ Building that is currently under construction.

“Opening Nada in our neighboring city is thrilling,” says chef and restaurateur David Falk. “The experience is like nothing else, an exciting and approachable way to dine, with a focus on heartfelt hospitality and bold design.”

Falk launched Nada in 2007, and the Mexican-inspired concept has quickly become one of the most popular in the city. The 6,200 square foot Arena District location is expect to add a vibrant new option for residents, workers and visitors to the entertainment district. It will seat 220 with an additional 64-seat patio. Nada’s menu is described as a modern take on authentic mexican dishes, and will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.


“We are delighted that Nada is coming to the Arena District,” said Nationwide Realty Investors’ President and COO Brian J. Ellis. “The unique concept, located between Nationwide Arena and Huntington Park, will be a great amenity for the District’s residents and visitors.”

Nada is expected to open sometime in late 2014.

For more information, visit www.eatdrinknada.com.

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