617 SOUTH OLIVE STREET 🔸 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 🔸 RESTAURANT 213-488-9488 🔸 SHOW INFORMATION 213-394-6060
Dine and Dance at the World Famous Cicada Restaurant and Club The Premier Vintage Nightclub in Downtown Los Angeles
YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR NEXT SPECIAL NIGHT OF LIVE MUSIC AND DANCING FEATURING Fabus Four Featuring Natalie Mendoza FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21
DOORS OPEN 7 PM - SHOWTIME 8:30 PM
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Natalie Hanna Mendoza with The Fabus Four
back by popular demand at the Cicada Club!
The Fabus Four is a blend of nostalgic swing and modern jazz
in this quartet led by saxophonist Jason Fabus.
Each member of the ensemble contributes original compositions and arrangements for the group.
Natalie Hanna Mendoza is an award winning songwriter and lead vocalist of the 1930's jazz trio "The San Andreas Sisters". Always in demand, Natalie appears at venues throughout Southern California as well as concerts and jazz festivals.
Dine and dance to Hollywood's hottest new swinging sensation.
No setting in the entire city is more spectacular!
With the grandeur of a classic Hollywood musical from the thirties, The Cicada Restaurant and Club is a unique experience where you will transport back in time to the glamorous days of Hollywood's golden age of nightclubs.
Featuring the finest dance orchestras and entertainment, The Cicada Restaurant and Club is unlike any night on the town you have ever experienced.
SSituated in the famed Art Deco Oviatt building, downtown Los Angeles' historic Lalique palace, The Cicada Restaurant and Club is the ultimate location for your elegant romantic evening, birthday party or anniversary dinner.
Originally built as a top-of-the-line haberdashery in 1928, The Cicada Restaurant and Club retains much of the original features French designers and artisans of the time created.
Spacious and elegant, the dining room offers delicious cuisine and dancing on the main floor. A mezzanine with views of the stage features a fabulous Art Deco bar and lounge with its own dance floor.
Massive waterfall chandeliers below a gold-leaf ceiling compliments vintage entertainment enjoyed by patrons dressed in elegant attire.