OAKHURST – Good Medicine, Sugar Pine and Jean Butterfield are just some of the local musicians on the lineup for St. Patrick’s Day at Crab Cakes.
Roman Zabicki and the crew are serving up corned beef and cabbage, along with non-stop music all afternoon, both upstairs and down, in their new location at 49271 Golden Oak Loop on Sunday, Mar. 17, starting at noon.Half the proceeds from each order of the traditional St. Paddy’s day corned beef and cabbage meal will be donated to the Squirrel Cage Theatre Company of North Fork.
“We held a fundraiser last year at Ducey’s on the Lake and at Ducey’s Bar and Grill,” says Zabicki, “and this is the first time at Crab Cakes.
“We didn’t have space before at the old Crab Cakes location, and my wife Laura and I are big on helping out organizations and charities that we can help. Squirrel Cage Theatre is a perfect fit for St. Patrick’s Day, since they always have great entertainment and we can make it a fun day all around.”
Squirrel Cage Theatre Co. uses the proceeds from its annual events to award scholarships to high school graduates who have attended North Fork school, and are going on to study for a career in the arts.
In the main dining room at Crab Cakes, guests can enjoy standards performed by Amy Duke and Dave Novell from 12 noon until 2 p.m. From 2 to 4 p.m. the group Sugar Pine performs, followed by Good Medicine from 4 to 6 p.m.
Appearing at the Bar Room upstairs are Dave Cicoletti and Joe Nelson from 12 noon until 2 p.m., followed by Jean Butterfield from 2 to 4 p.m.
Slainte! Erin go Bragh.