Cecil's Brings a Touch of the Juke Joint to Garberville
If you haven’t tasted the delicious, sensually sinful food at Cecil’s in Garberville, Saturday the 25th is the time. According to their press release, “In a continuing effort to bring new and interesting music to Garberville, Cecil’s New Orleans Bistro is proud to present the unique sounds of Pokey LaFarge this Saturday night. Pokey LaFarge …submerged himself with the most American of music … while picking and strumming with down-home groups everywhere he went, falling in with traveling caravans of vaudeville poets and hell-raising bluegrass pickers alike.”
The music will add to the always warm and inviting restaurant where a tub of Legos for the kids in the corner is as much a part of the beautiful decor as the bright cloth napkins. As a meat lover, I recommend the filet mignon which is the tenderest meat I have ever had. It really does melt in your mouth.
Join the celebration of life with LeFarge. “For Pokey, every show is a celebration – juke-joint style – where women twirl in their dresses and the fellas stomp their feet and clap their hands. To this day, Mr. LaFarge is still finding tranquility within the yellow highway lines playing up to two-hundred shows a year bringing his music to anyone young and old who is willing to listen. So come on down to Cecil’s and share in this musical experience, as always the show is free.”
You can check out his music here.