It was the place 'to eat and be seen'. And the mint juleps were pretty darn good too.
This vintage julep glass came from the long-gone AUNT FANNY'S CABIN which opened in the 1940s in a 1890s cabin. It was a restaurant that served authentic Southern-style food in a rustic environment. The restaurant was considered to be quite expensive in its day but that didn't stop the hoards of people who wanted to eat America's oldest recognized cuisine. Aunt Fanny's was visited by movie stars, sports figures, politicians and just plain folks who loved that 'cabin' food.
The restaurant closed in 1994 but this original glass remains as a souvenir from its heyday. It measures 2 1/4 inches across the top by 7 inches high. The bright yellow and red graphics feature a 'mammy', the original cabin, and an African-American waiter with some some of the menu choices.
Glass is in excellent condition. All it needs is some mint julep.
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