Located on the corner of 6th and Walnut, we are right next to the Aronoff and across from the CAC, perfect for both pre and post theatre.
Nada joins that busy Mass Ave tacos-and-tequila mini-chain (also a Cincinnati original) in buying the Indianapolis market a round of shots.This trend does not appeal to supporters of local food or anyone trying to run an independent restaurant here.
They were able to accommodate our part of eight with 5 kids at a lovely table Upstairs.
Falk launched Nada in 2007, and the Mexican-inspired concept has quickly become one of the most popular in the city.
Nashville marks the fourth location for the brand, which currently has locations in Cincinnati, Columbus and Indianapolis.The first Columbus location opened in late December-an unseasonable time for margaritas and guacamole, but then again, Nada turns a lot of platitudes about Mexican dining on their ear.