NY: Night Owl, ca. 1965.
The shot glass features an illustration of an owl perched on a lamp post dressed as a beatnik wearing sunglasses and a beret. The Night Owl was one of the legendary music venues in the Village during the '60s. Richie Havens, Buzzy Linhart, The Blus Project, and Tim Hardin were among the many regular performers---Jimi Hendrix played there on occasion when he was starting out. The Lovin' Spoonful got discovered while playing at the Night Owl and John Sebastian wrote a song about the place. Fine (3.5" tall x 1.5" wide).