The Pier on Lake Austin (1958) 11oz mug

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The Pier restaurant and marina began operations in 1958 on Lake Austin. It was originally built in 1928 as a fishing lodge and then became known as a speakeasy throughout the Prohibition era.

In more modern times, The Pier was known for good food (great cheeseburgers), and an outstanding jukebox, with artists like Leon Russell (2004-5) making concert appearances there.

Throughout the 1960s & 70s, a boat from Tarrytown ran across Lake Austin to The Pier and back. 

The Pier on Lake Austin is no more, but good memories remain.

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(A portion of the proceeds of each sale of Austin-related merchandise helps to fight homelessness in Austin through donations to the following Austin organizations we support: Caritas of Austin, Front Steps and Sunrise Homeless Navigation Center.)

(You can find the matching tee, which pairs as a great gift, here.)

.: Material: white ceramic with colored interior and handle
.: One size: 11 oz (0.33 l)
.: Rounded corners
.: C-handle

Height, in 3.78
Diameter, in 3.19