Tavern Visit

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These prices represent what a player would spend on a "night out". Some of these services are included in the rent of some Inns, but taverns are where players tend to go when not looking for a simple night's sleep.

Item Cost Weight
Ale (gallon) 2 sp 8 lb.
Ale (mug) 4 cp 1 lb.
Banquet (per person) 10 gp
Beer (1 pint) 5 cp 1 lb.
Bread, per loaf 2 cp 1/2 lb.
Cheese, hunk of 1 sp 1/2 lb.
Grain and Stabling for Horse (daily) 5 sp
Lady of the Evening
    Gutter Trash 2 cp
    Lower Class 1 sp
    Middle Class 5 sp
    Upper Class 100 gp
Mead, Honey (1 pint) 5 sp 1 lb.
Meals (per day)
    Good 5 sp
    Common 3 sp
    Poor 1 sp
Meat, chunk of 3 sp 1/2 lb.
Mulled Cider (2 gallons) 1 sp 16 lb.
    Common (pitcher) 2 sp 6 lb.
    Fine (bottle) 10 gp 1-1/2 lb.
    Poor (glass) 1 cp 1/4 lb.

Lady of the Evening: Women (or men) fall into one of these four categories.

"Gutter Trash" are those found in seedier parts of town who will simply take care of their business in dark allies or behind simple obstructions.
"Lower Class" are a step up and often have a bed or pallet in a room reasonably secure from observation and interruption.
"Middle Class" often work out of established brothels. They are paid more and expect to be better treated than others who work on the street.
"Upper Class" represent the courtesans of society. While they may visit a client's home, they seldom debase themselves to visit a tavern or inn unless they themselves are traveling. Often, they have nice homes or establishments where they will entertain their favored clients. Many of these individuals are often mistaken for aristocracy or wealthy merchants.

Meals: Poor meals might be composed of bread, baked turnips, onions, and water. Common meals might consist of bread, chicken stew, carrots, and watered-down ale or wine. Good meals might be composed of bread and pastries, beef, peas, and ale or wine.