The Crow Bar
A grungy old tavern in Bradstowe famous for its family of nesting crows in the attic.
Welcome to The Crow Bar. You look like you need a hard hitting drink!
The Crow Bar is a grungy old tavern situated in the city of Bradstowe
. You'll find it across the road from The Bent Copper
and just next door to The Bearded Clam
The bar is famously named after its large nest of crows that have taken up lodging in the rafters.
The establishment was once a bustling inn, but the feathery new residents provided such convenient loyalty against thieves and trespassers that the owners decided to let them stay. Sacrificing the profits of the attic rooms cost dearly to start with, but the cheeky crows soon became a crowd favourite and really put The Crow Bar on the map as a great venue to get wasted & chat up some birds.
The bar is frequented by tough folks who work even tougher jobs. In order to maintain order when things get rowdy, the barkeep has a menacing red crowbar tucked into his belt
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