The Fat Minstrel
One of the four inns that marks “The Square” in the foreign quarter. It stands in the northwest corner of the square.
The Fat Minstrel is a two storey stone-walled building, with a tiled mosaic floor. It is fancifully decorated, and brightly lit by magical candles and crystal chandeliers and there is a stage in the corner. Accomodations consist of several large rooms with beds and woolen mattresses.
The innkeeper is a thrifty male human named Arler Hawte. He is a retired soldier, and keeps a well-used sword at his belt.