A fairly small Cafe that sits off the corner of the town square. Despite it's small size, it seems to be rather popular, and the scents drifting from its open doors are almost intoxicating with how good they smell.
Nestled between some of the larger buildings in the city's center, resides a smaller, two story building, it's architecture similar to that of an old English style. First step taken inside the building, and it feels like you've taken a step into a pub from hundreds of years ago, the style and ideas preserved to give you the warm, welcome feeling... despite it's name. The owner of the bar lives above it... so it's best for you to watch yourself.
A large, Victorian style building sits off alone, heavily decorated in marble and covered in vines and cracks from the lack of care over the years. It's known best for it's outstanding theater performances and occasional showings of films that survived through the years and films that are made today!
With a building in a similar fashion to that of The Orpheum, this building houses what's left of the books the city can find. Most are brittle and yellowed with age, some have been hand written on new paper as the original copies have become too used. Occasional newspapers from years ago can be found, as well as record books and encyclopedias. This place is truly am oasis in a place like Aether.
The town center, aside from Epispect's building. There's a clock in the middle that rises out of a fountain filled with dirty water. Occasionally coins are found in this fountain, but they don't seem to stay there for long, the lower class people coming by and plucking them from the water. There are a few restaurants and other small businesses around here, run by the people of course.