The Fat Horse
Located in a slum district within Sheercliffe known for its overcrowded tenements.
The inn is a single storey timber framed building, with unusually high ceilings. Accomodations consist of several large rooms with beds and straw mattresses and a mezzanine with several wooden cots. The inn is locally known for the generous size of its tankards.
The innkeeper is a short male human named Orlean.
Pickled Crab and Millet Bread, Tankard of Stout (13 cp)
Buckwheat Biscuits and Sharp Cheese, Mug of Mead (2 cp)
Roasted Partridge and Asparagus, Tankard of Ale (11 cp)
Salted Oxen and Barley Bread, Tankard of Bitter (10 cp)
Buckwheat Porridge, Mug of Cider (2 cp)