Cicala at the Divine Lorraine in Philadelphia

Cicala at the Divine Lorraine in Philadelphia

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New RestaurantPhiladelphia, PA - The newest restaurant in Philadelphia is Cicala at the Divine Lorraine Hotel. Chef Joe Cicala and his wife, Angela, have spent years working in restaurants in South Philadelphia. Their vision for this historic property is to create a place where guests will feel at home while dining. The newest addition to the city's culinary scene is a restaurant and bar that specializes in southern Italian cuisine. You'll find all kinds of unique dishes to choose from.

The ambiance and food at Cicala are second to none. The Italian cuisine is paired with local produce and focuses on artisanal cheeses. The staff, service, and atmosphere are top-notch. It's an upscale Italian restaurant that's open five days a week. Hours are 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The wine list features a diverse selection of wines.

If you love Italian food, Cicala is a great place to go. The food is superb, and the experience is unparalleled. The staff and chef know how to feed people, but they also know how to make a good impression. They learned how to do that on East Passyunk, and they've applied that knowledge to the Divine Lorraine.

The Interior has a comfortable setting area with sparkling chandelier lights. You'll enjoy your dining experience in a quaint, old-fashioned environment. The ambiance is cozy and decadent, with exposed-brick walls and a beautiful chandelier hanging from the ceiling. The decor is filled with family photos, antiques, and antiques.

The restaurant is open seven days a week and is known for its delicious Italian cuisine. It will also feature a full bar, but no nighttime menu. A full wine list is available online.

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