Eat Sheet: Nada, David’s Tea, and More

This Week’s Trends in Indy Dining
» Cincinnati-based Boca Restaurant Group will launch its first Indianapolis location of Mexican restaurant Nada in the heart of downtown’s mile square (45 W. Maryland St.) in early 2016. The contemporary spot is known for its modern take on south-of-the-border fare with dishes like poached-shrimp tacos, Mexican mac ‘n’ cheese, and weekend brunch specialties like chorizo-and-egg enchiladas.

» Canadian loose-leaf tea retailer David’s Tea unveiled its pristine new Fashion Mall storefront over the weekend. The shop sells more than 150 loose-leaf teas, ranging from playful blends like Banana Split to traditional estate teas like Nepal Black, as well as an assortment of tea-making accessories.

» Repeal‘s (630 Virginia Ave., 317-672-7514) grand-opening date was moved to this evening, per the restaurant’s Facebook page.