The soul of Austin's music community in the early 70s, Soap Creek Saloon was was a mere shack on what was then a lonely stretch of Bee Caves Road. Soap Creek was great for dancing -- couples dancing or the two-step, it kept slow dancing alive in Austin in the disco era.
The venue moved to the old Skyline Club (see our tee) on North Lamar, where parts of Honeysuckle Rose were filmed. Punk and New Wave were integrated, but soon it was time to move again, in 1980, to South Congress. Now you can warm your soul with the memories, and a hoot beverage in the classic Soap Creek Saloon mug. It' makes a great gift, even for yourself.
.: Black ceramic
.: 11 oz (0.33 l)