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  • Leftover's

    East Shore’s only inn contains 12 twoperson rooms in addition to its large, cozy common room. It charges standard rates and offers standard amenities for an inn. The one-armed innkeeper, retired soldier [[Portenus Gaskelinni]], happily tells the story …

  • Shoreline Drinkhall

    This most popular of the few taverns in [[East Shore]] does steady business every hour of every day. Three times per day, off-duty garrison guards stop in for a drink before heading home or back to the barracks. Longshoremen stop by in the evenings to …

  • Bailer's Retreat

    This rough tavern in [[Midland]] frequently serves recently released prisoners of [[Citadel Volshyenek]]’s jails. Because of that it also serves strong coffee to a high number of [[Korvosan Guard]]s. Brawls between the two infrequently erupt but very …

  • Creaky Hammock

    Set up with a nautical theme, the Creaky Hammock in [[Midland]] tends to serve ships’ crews in port for a few days. Its attached tavern makes for loud nights and boisterous days, which led to the saying, “The only way to sleep in the Creaky Hammock is to …

  • Aram's Crown

    This cramped tavern on [[Eodred's Walk]] in [[Midland]] profits by providing watered-down ale and weak wine to thirsty market-goers during the day. After sunset it breaks open bottles of potent spirits imported from distant [[Minkai]], [[Osirion]], and …

  • Jittery Quill

    The Jittery Quill lies in the northeast of the [[Heights]] district of [[Korvosa]], between the [[Jeggare Museum]] and the [[University of Korvosa]]. It serves both ale and coffee and is open for 24 hours a day for six days. Every Oathday it closes at …

  • The Wise Dragon Inn

    Prospective students of the [[University of Korvosa]] fill this large inn in the spring and summer months. During the school year, though, activity drops off sharply (usually just parents visiting their university students) and rooms are always available. …

  • Crested Falcon

    One of the most expensive (and easily the most over-priced) restaurants in [[Korvosa]], the Crested Falcon caters to the whims of the city’s elite. The menu changes each day and only relates what the kitchen has in stock. Patrons may request any meal made …

  • The Overlook

    Teetering on the edge of the Merciless Cliffs, the Overlook gets a little closer to falling into the raging surf below every year. This hint of danger carries over to the tavern’s offerings: [[Asa Hemrich]], the Overlook’s owner and bartender, offers a …

  • Three Rings Tavern

    This quiet tavern belongs to retired adventurer and former [[Pathfinder]] [[Theandra Darklight]] (originally Theandra Mulnsk). Theandra earned enough coin as an adventurer to buy a decrepit tavern in [[Five Corners]] and fix up. A lithe beauty in her …

  • Posh and Turle

    Situated at the west end of the famed but mysterious [[Avenue of Arms]], the Posh and Turtle remains—as it has for more than a century—the finest inn and tavern in all of [[Korvosa]]. Upon entering the establishment, it is difficult not to notice the …

  • Sticky Mermaid

    A fixture of [[Old Dock]] for more than two centuries, the Sticky Mermaid has seen more than its share of bar fights and death. This unwholesome tavern serves an unruly clientele made all the rougher by [[fishjack]], a particularly potent spirit served …

  • Jeggare's Jug

    One of the many small pubs that fill [[Old Dock]] and the first drinking establishment built in [[Korvosa]], Jeggy’s Jug (as it’s frequently called) survived the [[Great Fire]] relatively unscathed. In the aftermath of that terrible event, the pub served …

  • The Travelling Man

    This small tavern’s main claim to fame is its proximity to one of the otyugh plugs used by the city to feed its otyugh allies. People flock to the Travelling Man every [[Absalom Reckoning|Oathday]], when a small contingent of [[Korvosan Guard]]s winch …

  • Jade Circle

    This green-painted, domed building glitters like a giant emerald in the sun. Banners of Korvosa’s oldest noble houses wave on poles jutting from the second floor open-air balcony. Behind its lacquered latticework doors is a cacophony of scents and …