A 1928 art deco landmark.s A soaring gold leafed ceiling with lalique lighting, a dramatic staircase and extraordinary northern Italian cuisine.
Originally built as a top-of-the-line haberdashery in 1928, The Cicada Restaurant retains much of the original design that the French designers and artisans of the time created. This spacious restaurant features fine dining on the main floor as well as the mezzanine that overlooks the entire club, an Art Deco mezzanine bar and lounge plus patio seating in the forecourt lobby.
Situated in the famed Art Deco Oviatt building, downtown Los Angeles' historic Lalique palace, Cicada Restaurant is a place fitting for experiencing an elegant romantic evening.
No setting in the entire city is more spectacular. The opulent dining and showroom, with giant old-growth oak columns that feature pairs of angels holding bells and gold-leaf ceilings, compliment the fine vintage entertainment and patrons dressed in their elegant evening attire.