Post by Clancy Arkwright on Oct 22, 2020 8:00:46 GMT
Name: The Aya Lounge
Location: Crawford City - Leather District
Type: High-end dine-in theater & art gallery.
A beautifully decorated, wide two story building with large double doors that open up into a circular lobby at the end of an entrance hallways beyond the initial lobby - nicknamed 'the Hub' - from the Hub, individuals can get to anywhere within the confines of the building. The interior has many notes of modern architecture often married with Egyptian and Greek influences, due to personal preference from Clancy. To the left and right, one will find the wings of the art gallery, which circle the building on both floors, with spiral staircases in each corner, and eventually loops back on itself, displaying a variety of different sorts of art from all over the map and from different time periods - with the gallery having free electronically recorded tours of the exhibits that visitors are welcome to 24 hours a day.
If one were to head straight ahead through the Hub, they would be brought into that which takes up the entire center of the two story building, with stairs leading up into the balcony seats, the entire floor plan of the amphitheater is dedicated to comfortable table seating with cushioned chairs, all facing the large stage at the opposite site. The second floor mirrors the first floors setup, however it also has private booths and side balconies that can only be accessed by dropping extra money on those particular seats, or through approval from the owner herself. The theater serves both as a classical theater for plays of all kinds, as well as a movie theater with a retracting screen - holding events year-round for all sorts of gatherings, movie nights, charity events and plays depending on what people would like to go to; all usually themed around the season, holiday, or popular suggestion.
The food isn't as expensive as most people expect, but it's considered to be rather good - with a range from more fancy and obscure dishes to something as simple as a pizza and cheeseburger as well as a choice of wines and soda. This, however, is the human menu. Should a vampire arrive and speak the phrase 'Miss. Arkwright told me her favorite color is Magenta' they will be provided a verbal menu by a number of select workers that include dishes and drinks made to accommodate vampires while not looking suspicious to the mortals around them - including wine mixed with blood, and meats cooked in a particular way in order to leave them appearing edible but largely still bloody inside.
The Aya Theater serves as a popular place for humans and vampires alike to come to do business, especially considering it has considerable security of both the human and vampire variety, and the private booths serve to have good sound proofing for clandestine meetings. And in the event that Clancy seeks to have someone in particular protected, they can be taken to the theater and placed in the basement rooms - which are lush rooms engineered to house a vampire comfortably and safely with 24/7 security all behind hidden doors within staff walkways, it also has various entrances to the sewers to allow vampires to come and go discreetly should they so desire.
While inside of the theater, no violence between Vampires or other supernatural beings is tolerated unless in self defense, or a direct violation of the Princesses laws has been conducted within the walls.