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  • Le Pomme de Pin

    Located on the Île de la Cité near the [[Notre Dame de Paris | Notre Dame]] cathedral, the Pinecone is one of the oldest taverns in Paris, with a long and seedy history as a rendezvous for cutthroats, gamblers, and n'er-do-wells - it is said that neither …

  • Le Brevage Noir

    !http://i567.photobucket.com/albums/ss115/Black_Vulmea/BrevageNoir.jpg! Located on Rue de la Babette, roughly midway between the [[Le Temple | Temple]] and [[Place Royale]], the Black Brew caters to a rough clientele of rogues and ruffians interspersed …

  • Le Trou Perrecte

    !>http://i567.photobucket.com/albums/ss115/Black_Vulmea/Molenaer_amorous-couple-1.jpg! Named for a long-deceased prostitute, Perrecte's Hole is a gambling den located on the Rue Perce not far from the Convent of the [[Franciscans | Cordeliers]], in the …

  • L'Hameçon

    The Fish Hook is a large tavern located near the [[Poissonerie | fish market]] of [[La Rochelle]]. The clientele consists of sailors - fishermen, merchants, privateers - and the chandlers and other artisans who supply and maintain the ships of the city's …

  • Le Brochet

    Located in the parish of the [[Église Saint Laurent | Église Saint-Laurent]] across the [[Isère]], the Pike is a tavern catering to the poorer townsfolk of [[Grenoble]]. It is a rough place, with cheap food and drink attracting the boatmen operating the …

  • Lo Trobador Espanyolo

    The colorful sign of the Spanish Troubadour tavern is well-known among the [[Marseille | Marseillais]]: a knock-kneed musician in a floppy hat with a long plume in his face, holding a broken lute. The regular clientele of the tavern reflects the residents …

  • Le Coquillage

    Situated near both the [[Vieux Port | port]] of [[Marseille]] and the [[Tour de Saint Jean | hospitaller commandery]], the Seashell was originally constructed in the thirteenth century by the comtes de Brienne as a hostel for pilgrims journeying to the …

  • Le Grosse Aiguille

    The Sail-Needle is located near the [[Vieux Port | port]] of [[Marseille]] and the [[Chambre de commerce de Marseille | bourse]]; the sign is a meter-long iron needle suspended over the door. This expansive tavern caters to the captains and pilots of the …

  • Taverne Trencavel

    Located in the Upper City, Trencavel's Tavern enjoys the least savory reputation of all such establishments in [[Marseille]]. The tavern is large but dimly lit and dirty, the packed earth floors strewn with refuse, and thronged day and night by cutthroats …

  • Le Tonneau de Vin

    p=. !http://i567.photobucket.com/albums/ss115/Black_Vulmea/auberge7withsoldiers.jpg! A modest establishment situated near the [[Petit Maseau]], the Wine Barrel is popular with [[Marseille | Marseillais]] craftsmen and merchants; the tavern is also …

  • Lo Diable

    !>http://i567.photobucket.com/albums/ss115/Black_Vulmea/Molenaer_amorous-couple-2.jpg! Located in the Upper City, Lo Diable is a [[Marseille | Marseillais]] tavern frequented by bravos, cutpurses, gamblers, and streetwalkers. Owing to the nature of …

  • Le Bon Chevalier

    Situated on the [[Place de Sainte André]] facing the [[Le Palais du Parlement du Dauphiné | Palais du Parlement]], Le Bon Chevalier - named for the seigneur de Bayard, "_le chevalier sans peur et sans reproche_," [[Dauphiné]]'s most famous warror not …

  • Le Lion et le Serpent

    Situated near the river quays of [[Grenoble]], the Lion and Serpent was long favored by the bargemen plying the waterways of the [[L'Isère | Isère]] and the [[Le Rhône | Rhône]] and the craftsmen who service the river barges as well as the merchants whose …

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