Jackal’s Lantern: This bar and grill is located on the border of the of the DMZ known as the Redmond Barrens. This is the prime bar for shadowrunners to go and unwind after a job or to find a Johnson to pick up a job. This bar is run by owner Old Man Joe Miller and he could care less about what goes on inside. This bar has been rated number one in the city for it’s hot wings and they are the real deal. Joe also keeps his bar stocked with top shelf liquor and ice cold beer on tap. If you’re looking to spend some serious credits and like the adrenalin rush of not knowing if a bullet is coming your way, go to the Lantern. You will probably run into some of the cities legendary runners there and there is no worry of the Police entering this bar. They just don’t do it, and the local runners and Johnson’s know this. Hours of Operation: Open Seven Days a Week 6 pm till 4 am
Old Fort Sumner: This is an old school saloon style bar, if your looking for the Old West feel head down to Sumner and enjoy ice cold beer on tap or bottles, cheap spirits and decent food. Sumner is another runner bar, but this place does have some local Police presence so it is much safer than the Lantern. The head bartender Jessop is a man full of stories and keeps a strong eye as to what’s going on in his bar. This is not a family bar and not a place for children. Old Fort Sumner is located in the low district on what is referred to as coffin row. If you are looking for an interesting night out just don’t forget the body armour and head on down to Old Fort Sumner and say howdy to Jessop. Hours of Operation: Mon – Thurs: 12 pm till 2 am, Friday and Saturday: 10 am till 4 am and Closed on Sunday
Area 51: This bar and grill has a very unique décor it is themed around the 1950’s alien encounter. Everything is very campy to the old school science fiction theme of the 50’s and 60’s and I mean the twentieth century not the twenty first. No body armour and weapons are allowed and those with cyber are subject to a scan. This place has decent food and good drinks, it offers two menus one synthetic and one real depending on the size of your wallet. and the real menu is subject to a credit check prior to ordering. Dress code is Business Casual, and is strictly enforced. Hours of Operation: Mon – Thurs 10 am till 11 pm Friday and Saturday 10 am till 3 am and Sunday 12 am till 8 pm
Station House: This bar is deep in the Redmond Barren’s and I am not even sure it’s still open for business. The Station House is the first runner bar to ever operate and it does have a nice water front view of the Toxic Seattle River. The beer is warm, the food can kill you and don’t even think about the irradiated water. If you want a journey that might just kill you to get there, you can venture down to the Station House and brave the locals and the radiation. This bar is a piece of Seattle history for the runners, so take a step back in time to when the Originals ruled the night and enter the Station House. Don’t forget the body armour, and make sure you are packing heat. Hours of Operation: Open 24 hours a day seven days a week.
Stars and Stripes: This is not only a bar and grill but it also offers moderate style hotel rooms for rent on a daily or weekly basis. This bar is located in the Fort Lewis section of Seattle and is a favorite of military personnel, due to its proximity to the base itself. The food is good and the drinks are decent, and the hospitality is top notch. Due to it’s proximity to the base, this is not a favorite location for runners. Though you can find mercenaries and old timers warming the bar stools here. If you are interested in hearing old tales of war or thanking a veteran for their service head down to the Stars and Stripes. If you are looking for mercenary work you might find some officials from one of the guilds or from the UCAS directly down there, though be careful. Yes armur, weapons, and cyber are allowed this is a AAA security zone so Police presence is high. Hours of Operation: Open 24 Hours a day seven days week. Breakfast served 5 am till 10 am, Lunch Served 10 am till 4 pm and Dinner Served 4 pm till 1 am. Hotel Lobby open 24 hours a day, check in at 2 pm and check out is 11 am there is always someone at the front desk. Reservations taken at any time and are only held for 12 hours from time of check in. (The Stars and Stripes is currently closed do to events beyond the control of management)
The Road House: The Road house used to be a nice family style southern themed restaurant that offered authentic southern delicacies and drinks. That was until Davis and his goons took over the place and claimed it as there headquarters. Now if you are a racist and into hearing the regaling of anti UCAS tales this is a place for you. If you are like me and racism sickens you just avoid this location. SPD has this location on there watch list so if you’re a wanted man, this is not a safe bet. The Road House is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, just make sure your skin color is as white as a sheet or you might wind up swinging from the rafters wearing a hemp neck tie.
The Water Front: This is an up scale restaurant right on the waters edge in the Emerald district, The Water Front serves only real food and the average price for a meal is 5,000 credits per head and holds a very strict dress code. No Body Armour and Business Professional only. Gentlemen that means suit and tie required. This is a favored location for Johnson’s to meet for an operation, due to high security and scanners it brings even the most shady of street samurai or street magi to an even keel. Since their toys can’t be brought in the front door, this is a five star establishment and they plan to keep it that way. SPD response time is seconds to this location. so keep that in mind if your planning to do something stupid at the Water Front. Hours of Operation are 5 pm till 12 am Tues- Sat. (Reservations Required and Phone line is open from 9 am till Close. Closed Sunday and Monday. (During the Curfew The Water Front is open for Lunch 11 am till 4 pm)
Seafarers: This is a family style restaurant on the pier near the cruise ships, the Seafarers offers exclusive drinks that are interactive and have popping fireworks and day glow scenes depending on the holiday. This restaurant is built right over the water and the floor, bar, and tables are all made of a clear material giving the patron the feeling there floating above the water. This restaurant is also know for it’s rare tropical and salt water aquariums. The Seafarers offers two menus on fair priced synthetic and one market priced real, as well as the catch of the day from the sea that is always a decent price. Dress Code is casual, but neat, and the hours are breakfast served 6 am till 11 am, lunch 11 am till 3 pm and dinner from 3 pm till Close at 2 am (the bar is open from 12 pm till close) it is open 7 days a week. The Seafarers also offers a hotel for visitors to enjoy there stay in Seattle there rooms are all water front views and offer a full wall window and the lower floor is actually below the water level and offers a unique 360 view of the sea and it’s creatures. The Hotel offers a roof top heated pool, work out equipment, sauna, hot tub, swim up bar, and 360 views of the harbour and Seattle waterfront. Pool Hours are 9 am till 3 am (No Life Guard on Duty, swim at own risk) what’s nice is being able to step out on the roof in the freezing temperatures of winter and the ambient temperature is in the high 80’s and you can swim and relax while it’s snowing. Hotel Lobby Hours are 24 Hours a Day Seven Days a Week and all reservations come with a free meal ticket for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Jurassic: This is a themed bar in the college district. It is a prehistoric themed location and a favorite among the college kids. They offer unique drinks and synthetic slabs of meat and bread. They offer an all you can eat meat ticket for a low 20 credits and they will keep bringing the food to your table till you tell them to stop. They use top notch flavour additives so you really think your eating steak, chicken, and pork. Just don’t fill up on the bread and side dishes. Their drinks are also monstrous in size and give you that back in feel. The wait staff are dressed in skimpy synthetic skins and furs and are always a sight to be seen. The Jurassic offers multiple trideos for your viewing pleasure and on the weekends it becomes a dance club after 10 pm Friday and Saturday only. Hours of Operation are 11 am till 4 am Monday – Thursday, Friday and Saturday the restaurant is open 11 am – 9 pm and the Club starts at 10 pm till 5 am, Closed on Sunday
Dante’s Inferno: Dante’s is closed for business temporally do to the damage it received in the recent bombing attacks, Dante’s is currently under reconstruction and it is not known when it will reopen. Sorry for any inconvenience this might cause.
Penumbra: This a another favourite location for collage kids to unwind, it is designed to look like a planetarium and offers nightly laser lights shows, this is a high energy night club. The dance floor is always packed with people and it offers some of the best DJ’s the city has. Penumbra is a circular club with a bar that lines the wall in the full circle so you can always find a place to get a drink and it has two dance floors one at the main level with the bar and one sunken in for a more close up and personal feel. The sunken Dance floor is for VIP’s only and offers a private bar, for those that like to enjoy the laser show or just want or relax after a night of dancing Penumbra offers a seating area. For a fee of 50 credits, one can relax in plush sofas, chairs, and receive table service from a personal server. (Gratuity Not Included). Penumbra always offers the latest popular music and dance mixes and changes the music format weekly to be in synch with the top 20 billboard hits. You can always find some runners inside this club, so be-careful they might not be on the job but that doesn’t mean there not packing heat and a bad attitude. Penumbra’s Dress Code is Business Casual and they frown on patrons wearing ties, they also keep the crowd at under 35 so if you are old you will not get in. Hours of operation Thursday through Sunday 8 pm till 6 am, Closed Monday through Wednesday. Over 35 Not Admitted, No Ties, No Guns, No Armour, 21 and Over. 25 dollar cover charge at door.
The Space Needle: The Space Needle is currently closed for repairs due to the damage it received during the most recent attacks on the city, The Needle will be be Re-Opening sometime in the spring of 2074. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Runner Haven: This is themed bar and restaurant near Seattle University, this place is designed to look like a seedy runner bar. A place where runner and Johnson meet to discuss an operation. The ambiance is decorated in street artwork, and runner memorabilia from some of the cities greats. You can find the damaged duster of Billy the Kid, the lost pistol of the Gunslinger, the bullet ridden white suit jacket of the Professor and many more relics of the runners of past and current. The wait staff are dressed as various runner stereotypes, and runner theme music plays on a loop throughout the evening. If you are lucky you might even see some of the greats wander in for a meet or a drink, and pose for a picture and sign autographs for the fans. There are multiple trideos playing various episodes of the popular trideo show Shadow Beat. This restaurant is family friendly and dress code ranges from street gear to suit and tie, so all welcome and no one to be turned away. the restaurant is open seven days a week from 10 am till 1 am with the Bar opening at noon and closing at 2 am. 1/2 price drinks and appetizers after 9 pm in the bar area only. If your more of a night owl you can check out the Runner Haven Dance Club that is downstairs, the dress code is dress to impress and the club hours are Thurs through Saturday 9 pm till 4 am. (The Runner Haven is currently hiring for security, bartenders and wait staff contact Mr. Jonathan Young for details in person only during normal business hours)
The White Palace: This is a five star restaurant that is located within the executive zone near the archologies, this place is small and quaint with a maximum of 50 tables served nightly. The menu changes daily and is always real food, prepared to perfection by a world class award winning chef, the White Palace requires reservations and there is a waiting list of up to six months. They also require a 50% table deposit upon making a reservation based on the size of your party up to six people can be seated per table with a 5000 credit deposit per patron. This is not a place for a someone on a budget, if you are looking for a night of glamour and luxury, if you looking for the best food in the city served with the best spirits and wines then your welcome at the White Palace. Dinner served Tuesday through Saturday at 7 pm sharp your reservation will be held for 10 minutes and then given away. Dress Code is No Armour, No Visible Cyber (Simple Data Jacks and Chip Jacks Excluded), No Weapons, Rigger or Cyber Decks, No Long Ties Bow Ties Only and Black Tie Required. If any patron not properly attired will be turned away, and there deposit forfeit. The Dress Code is non negotiable and required to be seated.