Our bar wench Molly
will be happy to serve you the finest of ales, but remember to drop a few coins
in the box on the wall before you order.
You'll find it quite easily, as it is marked with T.I.P. which
stands for "to insure promptness".*
(which is, of course, is a myth)
|If you would like to support AtTheFaire, and promote your Renaissance festival related group, business or service, drop me a note! We could use the coins in our tip jar!
The Pub has been closed by city health inspectors. Sorry 'bout that. Watch for a re-opening as a T.G.I. Fridays in the near future. (In sooth, it was lost with the Great Crash of 2006.)
Greetings, travelers. Take a seat and place an order with our barwench and get caught up with local happenings in the village. Just make sure you watch your limits, we wouldn't want anyone ending up in alcohol rehab.
- Message Board - since ATF's message board is gone,
why not drop by RenaissanceFestival.com and
check out their message board? Jamie (Deadbishop) says all Pubbers
are welcome to stop by.
- Pub Club Registry - see who has
what Pub Pin #, and where they are from, and what their real name is
(great for stalkers).
*2003 edition pins are here!*
The new pins look similar to the old ones, but are a slightly
different type of wood. Here is a pic of the original pins:
Join the Pub Club!
NOTE: Pins are completely sold out. I have about
38 people on the waiting list for the next batch.
2nd Edition Pins:The
2003 edition pins are made from a different type of wood. They
will be numbered 1-100 (2003) but will actually be 101-200 in the
To qualify for Pub Club membership: You must be
a registered member of our message board and you must have
posted an introduction so everyone knows who you are. Be sure
to include your Pub username (handle) when
your order so we know
who you are!
Your Pub Name, Real Name, and City/State will be listed
publicly in the registry.
These wooden pins are approximately 2 inches tall and are individually
carved by Three
Gryphons carving studio in Pennsylvania (they host with
us). The photo to the left is of the prototype pin. (See
how they are made. See
the first batch arriving!)
|The 2 1/4" mundane buttons have not
been available since 2002, but may be made again this Fall.
Help keep us online. Book your
travel here, or patronize some of these folke: