CICERO — A local favorite restaurant known for their quality, homemade Italian-American cuisine is now open in downtown Cicero. Kay DeLullo, owner and chef at DeLullo’s Trattoria, is excited about moving her restaurant from Atlanta to a newly renovated location in downtown Cicero, at 230 W. Jackson St. “The entire community has been welcoming to us and we have been impressed with how easy it has been to work with the Town (during renovations). We appreciate that warm welcome and support,” DeLullo said. “We are grateful to our many loyal customers who have dined with us while we were located in downtown Atlanta. Our customers can expect the same exceptional customer service and favorite omenu items.” DeLullo’s Trattoria, which opened May 11, emphasizes farm-to-table food and believes in utilizing fresh, quality ingredients for their menu items. “We grow our own produce and make our own maple syrup,” explained DeLullo. “What we do not grow, we try to support as many local businesses as possible when we shop for our ingredients,” she said. “I was raised in Hamilton County, so supporting local businesses is important to me.” The menu will have some of the local favorites along with specials and gluten free options as well. The Town of Cicero has been working toward a plan to grow the community into a culinary destination, and the opening of DeLullo’s Trattoria is a positive addition to downtown Cicero, said Shae Kmicikewycz, Cicero’s new community development specialist. “With our past and current planning efforts for the Town, we are really trying to position ourselves as a culinary destination,” added Craig Penwell, Town Council member. “We could not be more thrilled with the addition of DeLullo’s Trattoria to downtown Cicero and believe it will be a wonderful complement to our other great restaurants in the community.”