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>combination of an Inn and a potion/trinket shop run by a witch

What's the best name for it?
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>>85542973
low effort inn
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>>85542973
Hot Pot
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The Boiling Cauldron
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The Witch's Brew(ery)
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>>85542973
A good place to retire
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What The Cat Dragged In
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>>85542973
The Comfy Cauldron
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>>85542973
Adventurers'Inn (now with Gift Shop!)
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>>85542973
The Wiccantina
The Broom and Board / Brew and Board
The Inn Cantation
The Coven Cottage
The Magic Circle
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>>85543513
>The Inn Cantation
Das pretty gud
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>>85542973
Bed, Bath & Beyond
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>>85542973
Hazel's Holistic Hovel
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>>85542973
The Sleepy Elixir
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>>85542973
Sneed's
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>>85542973
Does it also serve hamburgers?
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>>85542973
Scheiterhaufen
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>>85545397
With french fries. Which are still called french fries and hamburguers, despite the fact that neither France or Hamburg exist in setting.
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>>85548133
Wargen gleef spak ton blurk farbot tengen gling spleelentotner.
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>>85542973
The Frog's Cauldron
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>>85548396
My mother is a saint you bastard
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>>85548133
One time I included pizza in a renaissance mediterranean themed game and it completely broke immersion because even though it's accurate to the period pizza is 100% associated with the modern world.
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>>85545151
I second this.
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>>85551937
I suppose it depends on how you present it. I mean, bread is anachronic, it can exists on any setting based on europe. But if you try to present a sliced bread sold in bags, probably will break inmersion, because in the old days you could only purchase these big loafs of bread that you had to cut yourself with your bare hands.

Same way, if your pizza was perfectly circular bread covered with tomato sauce and meat, delivered by a boy at the door of your inn, well...

IIRC, tomato comes from America, so the first pizzas didn't have tomato sauce. As for the shape, it could be anything, because it was just flat bread with some topping, no necessariously added before cooking.
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>>85551991
The first pizzas were invented in the 1600s, well after tomato was introduced to Europe.
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>>85542973
The Absolutely Brim Inn
The Newt's Eyes
The Cask and Cauldron
The Gin Or Tonic
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>>85542973
Broom with a View
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>>85552578
fuck that's good
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>>85551919
Oh shit, I said "farbot" instead of "kligjen". Forgive my novice glorg tongue.
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>>85542973
Hag's Inn 'n' Stuff
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>>85548133
I always thought it was weird that hamburgers didn’t usually have ham in them



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