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5th Dec '17 11:32:35 PM EdwardGil
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* EldritchLocation: A place outside reality that ''isn't'' hospitable.

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* EldritchLocation: A place outside reality that ''isn't'' hospitable.
{{Supertrope}}: May or not be hospitable, definitely ''weird.''
23rd Oct '17 8:45:37 PM PaulA
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* The Draco Tavern in several Creator/LarryNiven short stories is a pub in Earth's main spaceport, equipped for a ''very'' [[GoodGuyBar diverse range of customers]].

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* The Draco Tavern Literature/TheDracoTavern in several Creator/LarryNiven short stories is a pub in Earth's main spaceport, equipped for a ''very'' [[GoodGuyBar diverse range of customers]].customers.
18th Oct '17 4:18:42 PM Xtifr
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* A. Bertram Chandler once had Space Navy officer John Grimes inadvertently cross universes to a club for fictional naval personnel -- though the original rules were bent a bit to allow non-naval ship captains such as [[Literature/MobyDick Ahab]] to hang out there (it's hinted that [[Franchise/JamesBond Commander Bond]] had to strong-arm [[Literature/TheCaineMutiny Captain Queeg]] somewhat to make him stop objecting to Ahab's inclusion). [[TheJeeves Jeeves]] is the chief servant at the club, is fully aware of the fictional nature of all involved, and asks Grimes (approximate quote): "The question is, sir, are you an ''enduring'' creation?"

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* A. Bertram Chandler Creator/ABertramChandler once had Space Navy officer John Grimes inadvertently cross universes to a club for fictional naval personnel -- though personnel--though the original rules were bent a bit to allow non-naval ship captains such as [[Literature/MobyDick Ahab]] to hang out there (it's hinted that [[Franchise/JamesBond Commander Bond]] had to strong-arm [[Literature/TheCaineMutiny Captain Queeg]] somewhat to make him stop objecting to Ahab's inclusion). [[TheJeeves Jeeves]] is the chief servant at the club, is fully aware of the fictional nature of all involved, and asks Grimes (approximate quote): "The question is, sir, are you an ''enduring'' creation?"
24th Sep '17 6:21:36 PM TimeTravelinc
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* The whole "Bar Karma" series is built on this trope. The characters who are doing something wrong with their lives open a random door and randomly enter in this bar where they have their karma balanced.

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* The whole "Bar Karma" "''Series/BarKarma''" series is built on this trope. The characters who are doing something wrong with their lives open a random door and randomly enter in this bar where they have their karma balanced.
4th Sep '17 9:53:48 AM Snicka
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* BarFullOfAliens
14th Jul '17 5:40:34 PM rmctagg09
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* The light novel and anime LightNovel/IsekaiShokudou has a weird and somewhat downplayed version of this: six days out of the week, it is just a western-faire restaraunt in Japan. But on Saturdays, the restaraunt's door opens to many places in a fantasy world, with the clientele going from businessmen and office ladies to wizards, dragons and lionmen.

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* The light novel and anime LightNovel/IsekaiShokudou ''LightNovel/IsekaiShokudou'' has a weird and somewhat downplayed version of this: six days out of the week, it is just a western-faire restaraunt in Japan. But on Saturdays, the restaraunt's door opens to many places in a fantasy world, with the clientele going from businessmen and office ladies to wizards, dragons and lionmen.
13th Jul '17 11:54:39 PM MiriOhki
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* The light novel and anime LightNovel/IsekaiShokudou has a weird and somewhat downplayed version of this: six days out of the week, it is just a western-faire restaraunt in Japan. But on Saturdays, the restaraunt's door opens to many places in a fantasy world, with the clientele going from businessmen and office ladies to wizards, dragons and lionmen.
24th Jun '17 2:38:19 PM nombretomado
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* The Quester's Rest in ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX''. It is visited by several {{cameo}} characters from previous DragonQuest games; and you can meet with and travel with AlternateUniverse versions of yourself. (IE, other players who have the game.)

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* The Quester's Rest in ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX''. It is visited by several {{cameo}} characters from previous DragonQuest ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' games; and you can meet with and travel with AlternateUniverse versions of yourself. (IE, other players who have the game.)
21st May '17 11:21:03 AM rmctagg09
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* HubLevel: What this place might serve in video games.

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* HubLevel: What this place might serve as in video games.
21st May '17 3:10:03 AM AgProv
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* In the works of Creator/AAPessimal, the Four Winds Bar, (from Music/BlueOysterCult's ''Astronomy''), is such a strange place, where the DEATHS of various worlds go for a social drink to discuss demarcation issues and problems arising where their jurisdictions overlap.


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* The Four Winds Bar, in Music/BlueOysterCult's ''Astronomy'', is such a strange place, poised where the Four Winds meet.

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