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Where to Brunch in Columbus: nada

A few of you may have noticed I’ve been on a brunch kick lately and this past weekend, Nic and I went out to one of our favorite spots in Columbus, nada!nada columbus ohioWe have visited several times for lunch and dinner since they opened a few years ago in the Arena District but this was the first brunch experience there that we’ve had! I honestly didn’t plan on doing a full blog post about our experience but it was THAT GOOD, so I had to share with you!nada brunchTo start, we ordered the chips with guacamole and the salsa trio! The server surprised us with the most amazing Build-Your-Own Queso that had kreeper salsa, rajas “peppers & onions,” and pork and it is now a must-order for us the next time we go back!nada ohioNic ordered the Chorizo & Egg Enchiladas (pictured above, top right) and I had the Eggs Goettadicto (pictured above bottom right), which is an English muffin, poached eggs, avocado, goetta, sriracha hollandaise, and pico de gallo, plus, a side of their fresh fruit! The sriracha hollandaise made the Goettadicto over-the-top delicious for me but the entire meal was perfection! If you’re like me and not sure what goetta is, our awesome server, Victor, educated us that it’s a German meat-and-grain sausage that is popular in Cincinnati!nada drinksTo finish, we devoured the French Toast as a dessert, which includes Bananas Foster, Canadian maple syrup, whipped cream, and candied almonds! We also had a couple of fruity mocktails from their bar which were mouth-watering as well. We can’t wait to go back to nada!girl about columbus

You can view nada’s entire menu HERE!

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Thank you to nada for hosting us!

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