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Tavern/Inn Meal & Inn Prices



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Menu - Breakfast Options
Commoner
Meat Stick Cost: 3 cp Cheap: 2 cp Expensive: 6 cp Premium Locale:
Roasted Locusts Cost: 3 cp Cheap: 2 cp Expensive: 6 cp Premium Locale:
Cheese Omelet Cost: 4 cp Cheap: 3 cp Expensive: 8 cp Premium Locale:
Ham & Cheese on Rye Cost: 5 cp Cheap: 4 cp Expensive: 1 sp Premium Locale:
Merchant
Bacon & Egg Sandwich Cost: 3 sp Cheap: 2 sp Expensive: 6 sp Premium Locale:
Omelet "Your Way" Cost: 3 sp Cheap: 2 sp Expensive: 6 sp Premium Locale:
Bloodhawk Eggs Cost: 4 sp Cheap: 3 sp Expensive: 8 sp Premium Locale:
Bacon Stuffed Bread Cost: 5 sp Cheap: 4 sp Expensive: 1 gp Premium Locale:
Noble
Frittata & Herbs Cost: 1 gp Cheap: 8 sp Expensive: 2 gp Premium Locale:
Bacon & Owlbear Eggs Cost: 2 gp Cheap: 16 sp Expensive: 4 gp Premium Locale:
Boar Ham Steak & Eggs Cost: 2 gp Cheap: 16 sp Expensive: 4 gp Premium Locale:
Truffle Omelet Cost: 3 gp Cheap: 2 gp Expensive: 6 gp Premium Locale:
Menu - Lunch Options
Commoner
Stockpot Stew/ Soup Cost: 4 cp Cheap: 3 cp Expensive: 8 cp Premium Locale:
"Adventurer's" Steak Cost: 4 cp Cheap: 3 cp Expensive: 8 cp Premium Locale:
Minced Pork Cost: 5 cp Cheap: 4 cp Expensive: 1 sp Premium Locale:
Roast Goat & Cheese Cost: 6 cp Cheap: 5 cp Expensive: 12 cp Premium Locale:
Merchant
Roast Lamb & Cheese Cost: 4 sp Cheap: 3 sp Expensive: 8 sp Premium Locale:
Boar Tenderloin Cost: 5 sp Cheap: 4 sp Expensive: 1 gp Premium Locale:
Baked Goose Breast Cost: 5 sp Cheap: 4 sp Expensive: 1 gp Premium Locale:
Grilled Salmon Cost: 6 sp Cheap: 5 sp Expensive: 12 sp Premium Locale:
Noble
Rack of Lamb Cost: 2 gp Cheap: 16 sp Expensive: 4 gp Premium Locale:
Shellfish Platter Cost: 3 gp Cheap: 2 gp Expensive: 6 gp Premium Locale:
Dragon Turtle Soup Cost: 4 gp Cheap: 3 gp Expensive: 8 gp Premium Locale:
Roc Meat Tar Tar Cost: 5 gp Cheap: 4 gp Expensive: 10 gp Premium Locale:
Menu - Dinner Options
Commoner
Stockpot Stew/ Soup Cost: 4 cp Cheap: 3 cp Expensive: 8 cp Premium Locale:
Pigeon Pot Pie Cost: 5 cp Cheap: 4 cp Expensive: 1 sp Premium Locale:
'Tasha’s Hideous Stew' Cost: 5 cp Cheap: 4 cp Expensive: 1 sp Premium Locale:
Rabbit and Potato Plate Cost: 6 cp Cheap: 5 cp Expensive: 12 cp Premium Locale:
Merchant
Hunter's Pie Cost: 4 sp Cheap: 3 sp Expensive: 8 sp Premium Locale:
Bloodhawk Breast Cost: 5 sp Cheap: 4 sp Expensive: 1 gp Premium Locale:
Crocodile Steak Cost: 5 sp Cheap: 4 sp Expensive: 1 gp Premium Locale:
Roasted Bullywug Legs Cost: 6 sp Cheap: 5 sp Expensive: 12 sp Premium Locale:
Noble
Buffalo Ribeye Cost: 2 gp Cheap: 16 sp Expensive: 4 gp Premium Locale:
Sahuagin Caviar Cost: 3 gp Cheap: 2 gp Expensive: 6 gp Premium Locale:
Owlbear Steak & Eggs Cost: 4 gp Cheap: 3 gp Expensive: 8 gp Premium Locale:
[Color] Dragon Steak Cost: 5 gp Cheap: 4 gp Expensive: 10 gp Premium Locale:
Drinks
Non-Alcoholic Beverages
Coffee (cup) Cost: 5 cp Cheap: 4 cp Expensive: 1 sp Premium Locale:
Goodberry "Wine" Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
Fruit Juice (Varies) Cost: 5 cp Cheap: 4 cp Expensive: 1 sp Premium Locale:
Milk (Local Variety) Cost: 2 cp Cheap: 2 cp Expensive: 4 cp Premium Locale:
Wine
Abbey Red Wine
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
This red wine comes from a variety of abbeys and monasteries that produce wine to help support their way of life. Each of these wines is slightly different and most consumers have a particular abbey they prefer.
Bloodwine
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
This very hearty wine is deep red in color and is said to be made from grapes grown over battlefields. Unknown to the public, it is actually made from raisins.
Clarry Wine
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
This is a generic table wine, often water down, then sweetened with honey.
Evermead
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 11 gp Cheap: 9 gp Expensive: 22 gp Premium Locale:
This elven mead is always brewed exactly the same and in secret. Every cup of this golden shimmering liquid tastes exactly the same; it is the perfect mix of sweetness, spice, and smoke. Rumor states that the mead is aged for one hundred years before ready for drinking. It is also rumored that elves on every Plane of Existence brew evermead exactly the same. Intoxication DC 15.
Far Ridge Red Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
This is a sweet dessert wine that is more rose than red colored. This wine claims to use a secret mix of grapes from all over the world. Those with a refined palate say the peculiar taste is just sugar covering up the water.
Fire Wine
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
This extremely strong and spicy wine is reputed to have medicinal qualities. Intoxication DC 12.
Glowfire
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
This is a pale chartreuse wine with very faint luminescence in darkness. This wine has a strong pear taste.
Highdusk Dark
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 gp Cheap: 8 sp Expensive: 2 gp Premium Locale:
This sweet spicy wine is almost black in color and has a very high alcohol content. Intoxication DC 12.
Mead Wine
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
Mead is only made with honey and it is easily fouled and hard to make. The price reflects the difficulty making it and it is definitely an acquired taste. Intoxication DC 9.
Redwood Dry
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
Very dry red fortified wine with a strong wood and berry taste.
Special Vat
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
This pale fortified red wine causes the lips and tongue to go slightly numb and tingly. It tastes like grapes, strawberries, and raspberries.
Table Wine
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 6 cp Cheap: 5 cp Expensive: 12 cp Premium Locale:
The only thing fouler than generic watered down table wine, purchased in bulk, are cooking wines. But for those looking for intoxication over cost or taste, table wine will work just fine. Intoxication DC 7.
Temple-Under-Rock
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 4 sp Cheap: 3 sp Expensive: 8 sp Premium Locale:
This is a very rare fortified wine on the surface and it is imported from a variety of underdark sources. It is always kept in opaque ceramic vessels as it quickly loses taste and its signature green glow if exposed to any light. This wine is rumored to be made of mushrooms that have never seen daylight.
Topaz
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
This is a yellow to amber colored wine, slightly dry and balanced, with a nutty flavor.
Spiced Wine
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
This is a catch-all label for a wide variety of spiced or mulled wine made by different regions and city-states. The price listed is the average price.
Westgate Ruby
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
This is a bold crimson wine with a slightly bitter taste and is one of the most commonly found wines considered acceptable to serve to one's guests.
Winter Wine
wine, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
This fortified wine is usually only available in the summer when the passes to the frigid polar regions are open for trade. This pale purple-blue wine is very strong and very sweet.
Liquor
Absinthe
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 gp Cheap: 16 sp Expensive: 4 gp Premium Locale:
A licorice flavored liquor, with a clear green tint. To serve correctly, the bartender places a spoon over a filled glass of absinthe, with the sugar cube on it, underneath one of the taps on the fountain. Water slowly drips onto the sugar until it has dissolved.
Cherry Fire
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
A cherry liquor with a strong, spicy kick.
Death Wish
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 gp Cheap: 8 sp Expensive: 2 gp Premium Locale:
This liquor is pale yellow and is always served with a mouse skull. It smells of sunflower oil.
Elquestria
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 3 gp Cheap: 2 gp Expensive: 6 gp Premium Locale:
This is the generic name given to elven liquors that are made for export by non-elven distributors. These weak liquors vary per region but most are gins that smell like a forest after a heavy rain.
Elverquis
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 56 gp Cheap: 45 gp Expensive: 112 gp Premium Locale:
This rare and expensive liquor is said to be distilled from sunlight and rare berries. This drink is often used sparingly in various elven rituals and is rarely exported. It is always stored in glass bottle/jug. Intoxication DC 13.
Fireball
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 gp Cheap: 8 sp Expensive: 2 gp Premium Locale:
This is a cinnamon schnapps that is hard to get used to. It was originally marketed for spellcasters to drink but it never really caught on. Its sits on most bar shelves as a gimmick more than anything else.
Flindmaker
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 gp Cheap: 8 sp Expensive: 2 gp Premium Locale:
This clear liquor smells vaguely of rotten eggs and was originally made by gnolls. Certain barbarian tribes and hill giant clans began to drink it as a right of passage. It has gained prominence as the drink to start a celebration, "because everything else will taste better."
Hog Piss
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 cp Cheap: 2 cp Expensive: 4 cp Premium Locale:
This eloquently named swill is one of the cheapest liquors known. It tastes terrible, causes horrendous hangovers, and is very widely distributed or made "out back."
Kumis
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 4 sp Cheap: 3 sp Expensive: 8 sp Premium Locale:
This is fermented horse milk. It isn’t terribly rare but is not purchased very often outside of certain regions. The taste of this weak liquor is very "acquired."
Seawine
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
This potent grain alcohol is not wine and not made from grapes. It is similar to a very potent grain alcohol distilled from starches found in saltwater swamps and coastal regions. The taste is said to be rather terrible but seawine is not drunk for its taste; it is drunk for its incredible potency. This stuff is very flammable.
Shasta
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
This is a cheap sake that is not distilled but brewed. Grain alcohol and other extracts have been added to it to the point where it is barely sake anymore. This is what a merchant might drink when pretending to have taste. If nothing else, shasta is very potent. Intoxication DC 13.
Vodka
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 gp Cheap: 8 sp Expensive: 2 gp Premium Locale:
A clear liquor, traditionally made by distilling the liquid from cereal grains that have been fermented. Rarer vodka uses potatoes or fruits as the base. The price listed is for medium quality vodka. The very best vodka can cost 20 times as much.
White Eye Whiskey
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 3 gp Cheap: 2 gp Expensive: 6 gp Premium Locale:
This whiskey has recently hit the market and is stamped with a large blind eye. The literature says it's brewed by the famous pirate, White Eye, who no one has ever heard of. But one thing is for certain; this perfectly aged and smokey whiskey is one of the best whiskeys being made now: at this price it should be.
Zzar
liquor, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 15 sp Cheap: 12 sp Expensive: 3 gp Premium Locale:
This is technically a heavily fortified sherry wine. It is said to taste better in salty air and has become the liquor of choice among sea pirates and merchants. Intoxication DC 12.
Ale
Bitter Black
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 9 cp Cheap: 7 cp Expensive: 18 cp Premium Locale:
This is a very dark stout served at room
temperature.
Bleak Stout
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
This dark brown stout has almost double the normal alcohol level and its taste is very bitter with a strong chocolate aftertaste. Intoxication DC 11.
Dragon's Breath
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 cp Cheap: 2 cp Expensive: 4 cp Premium Locale:
This is a bitter dark beer known for its
foul smell.
Goblin Piss
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 cp Cheap: 1 cp Expensive: 2 cp Premium Locale:
Goblins call this terrible liquid "boblin," while other humanoids call it, "goblin piss." This substance is only not poisonous because of the amount of water in it. Intoxication DC 7.
Golden Sands Ale
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 3 cp Cheap: 2 cp Expensive: 6 cp Premium Locale:
Golden sands ale comes in basic, gold, and orange flavors. The prices are the same for both ales.
Halfling's Best
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
This beer is as black as ink, but sweet
and fruity. Intoxication DC 11.
North Brew
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 cp Cheap: 1 cp Expensive: 2 cp Premium Locale:
This dark amber beer is one of the cheapest beers that won’t poison you.
Old One Eye
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 3 cp Cheap: 2 cp Expensive: 6 cp Premium Locale:
This lager has a red color and it is rumored to be brewed with hot peppers.
Purple Noble
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
This ale is crystal clear and filled with hidden flavors that are changed annually. The wealthy brag about being able to discern the year based on what tastes are included. This ale is mostly a status symbol. The ale has no purple coloration and the origin of its name is included in at least forty different and contradictory ballads.
Shadowdark Ale
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 4 cp Cheap: 3 cp Expensive: 8 cp Premium Locale:
This ale is frothy and brown.
Wizard's Choice
ale, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 4 cp Cheap: 3 cp Expensive: 8 cp Premium Locale:
This is a yeasty red beer. Intoxication DC 11.
Hill Cider
cider, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
This cider is fermented with a secret mix of fruits and apples and has a dark orange color. This cider is as alcoholic as a strong wine. Intoxication DC 12.
Knee Cracker Cider
cider, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 cp Cheap: 1 cp Expensive: 2 cp Premium Locale:
This is the most readily available cider. It is cheap, gritty, and inconsistent in flavor.
Troll Pear Cider
cider, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 2 sp Cheap: 16 cp Expensive: 4 sp Premium Locale:
This pear cider is as exclusive as it is flavorful. What a pear has to do with a troll is not explained but the marketing has caught on. For those who can afford it, this is the finest cider to be found.
Vilhoun Cider
cider, 16 oz. mug, retail price
Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
This cider is known for its strong cherry flavor and its smoothness. It is usually served piping hot. Common in cold climates.
Food, Drink & Lodging
Inn stay (per day)
Stay, Squalid Inn Cost: 7 cp Cheap: 6 cp Expensive: 14 cp Premium Locale:
Stay, Poor Inn Cost: 1 sp Cheap: 8 cp Expensive: 2 sp Premium Locale:
Stay, Modest Inn Cost: 5 sp Cheap: 4 sp Expensive: 1 gp Premium Locale:
Stay, Comfortable Inn Cost: 8 sp Cheap: 6 sp Expensive: 16 sp Premium Locale:
Stay, Wealthy Inn Cost: 2 gp Cheap: 16 sp Expensive: 4 gp Premium Locale:
Stay, Aristocratic Inn Cost: 4 gp Cheap: 3 gp Expensive: 8 gp Premium Locale:
Adapted from tables created by jrobharing for reddit.com/r/DnD users