The Devil's Own is one of the few places that the supernatural community of Seattle can gather safely.
Official capacity, approximately 100-120 customers. Has been known to hold as many as 150, when needed, but is crowded.
The exterior of the bar is very unassuming, and barely advertises the fact that it is there. Inside, it is very much like the old-world taverns, with a long bar, several tables, and booths along the walls that allow a little more privacy.
Art Kiger has owned the bar for a number of years, and runs it with a firm hand. His size makes him far more imposing than his friendly manner might suggest, and there are few who would dare to argue with him. He is very protective of his customers, and even more protective of the bar's neutrality.
Trouble at the Devil's Own is rare, and troublemakers are dealt with swiftly, and decisively. Offenders are politely asked to leave, before being forcibly ejected. After Art has dealt with the matter, repeat offenses are very unlikely.
Exterior shot, from opposite side of the alleyway
Layout of bar area, kitchen, and entrance to upstairs apartment. Rear door leads to the bathrooms