[Lanternside Inn, Front Desk]
A long desk enhanced with pieces of shell and driftwood rests in front of a series of shelves lined along the back wall. Timidly, envelopes and scrolls poke out from their current homes upon the shelves, awaiting delivery to some employee or resting traveler. A small bell dangles above the desk, patient for a tap from the next person to check into the inn, while a hutch fastened with a bronze padlock waits calmly to dole
All three booths have the same menu. To get into the dining room, ask the host about a booth. The host will not seat S'Kra Mur, but non-S'Kra can lead S'Kra into the dining area.
[The Actor's Booth, Herb Play Restaurant]
Several miniature portraits line the walls and screens around the booth. Representing theater performers of some by-gone era, it's likely that most of the faces portrayed have found a stage on the Starry Path by now. In contrast to the faded color of the portraits, bright purples and yellows streak the walls, and even the seat of the booth itself has been dyed in vivid shades. You also see a purple menu.
[The Singer's Booth, Herb Play Restaurant]
A horseshoe shaped seat curves around the dining table, obviously packed full of fluffy down given the odd feather that pokes out. Along the sides of the seat, musical instruments of all types have been carved into the wood and rubbed with oil to a high sheen. Someone has painted a cryptic signature with gold-colored paint on a small black shield etched with concentric circles that hangs overlooking the tabletop. You also see a golden menu and a rosewood violin mounted on a plaque.
[The Dreamer's Booth, Herb Play Restaurant]
A bold deobar carving of Hodierna perches over the booth, arms outstretched and a sly smile spread across her face. White alfar statuettes descend from her embrace, pierced by metal rods that hold them in place in the vignette. To enhance the drama, the depiction of a clear night sky slowly dissolving into a sunrise has been painted in grand colors. A few wavy letters mark the signature of the artist right near the side of the table. You also see a white menu.