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Places where alcoholic or species-specific intoxicating beverages may be purchased.
Places where alcoholic or species-specific intoxicating beverages may be purchased.


Discworld pubs and bars include the following, all named in the stories so far. Please note that the {{CAM}} lists anything up to two hundred public houses in the City of [[Ankh-Morpork]], and the interested or dedicated drinker is advised to go to this most illuminating gazetteer.  
Discworld pubs and bars include the following, all named in the stories so far. Please note that the {{CAM}} lists anything up to two hundred public houses in the City of [[Ankh-Morpork]], and the interested or dedicated drinker is advised to go to this most illuminating gazetteer. for brevity's sake, this list will feature only those that have appeared in the canonical books to date. Or else have such in interesting or entertaining story attached that's worth re-telling!


*[[The Mended Drum]]
*[[The Mended Drum]]

Revision as of 21:41, 9 December 2012

Places where alcoholic or species-specific intoxicating beverages may be purchased.

Discworld pubs and bars include the following, all named in the stories so far. Please note that the The Compleat Ankh-Morpork lists anything up to two hundred public houses in the City of Ankh-Morpork, and the interested or dedicated drinker is advised to go to this most illuminating gazetteer. for brevity's sake, this list will feature only those that have appeared in the canonical books to date. Or else have such in interesting or entertaining story attached that's worth re-telling!

Other species have their liquid, or at least molten, intoxicants.

A typical hang-out for Trolls is the Cavern Club in Ankh-Morpork. Molten lava to drink, ear-meltingly loud rock music, cheese 'n' chutney flavoured gravel, and so on, mean that these establishments are generally for trolls only.

There are also dwarf bars, which are welcoming or at least tolerant of humans, but it is vitally important not to make unfortunate comments about "low dives", and do seek to avoid ordering a half. Dwarf bars are good places to sing of gold and go quaffing, but be advised that roistering may ensue.

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