Quill and Tankard
In six hundred years, the Quill and Tankard has never closed.
When Maester Aemon was a young novice he used to go to the Quill and Tankard. When his younger brother, Prince Aegon Targaryen, and Ser Duncan the Tall, the knight he squired for, came to visit him, they went there too.
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A Feast For Crows
Alleras buys Mollander, Roone and Pate a round of cider at the Quill and Tankard to celebrate his copper link. There, they talk of Daenerys Targaryen and the rumors of her three dragons emanating from Qarth.
Though the tall, timbered building leaned toward the south the way novices sometimes leaned after a tankard, Pate expected that the inn would go on standing for another six hundred years, selling wine and ale and fearsomely strong cider to rivermen and seamen, smiths and singers, priests and princes, and the novices and acolytes of the Citadel.