PC run business. Come eat here!
Once an isolated and dying township, an influx of academics, adventurers and thrill seekers have made Scalvoris Town their home. From scholars' tea shops to a new satellite campus for Viden Academy, this is an exciting place to visit or make your home!
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An exclusive restaurant nestled in the middle of Scalvoris Town, Cally's is considered to be the best in food that the entire island has to offer. The cuisine is sourced from the farmholding outside the town which is part of the business. Only the finest fresh, home grown produce are selected and they are used in dishes which are created and prepared by someone at the very pinnacle of their skills.
The atmosphere in Cally's is one of quiet comfort. Whilst the food is beyond exquisite, the decor is unpretentious and the seating comfortable. Crisp white linens and crockery are offset by the shining cutlery and glassware. The serving staff are quick and unobtrusive, seeking to make sure that the customers' needs are met before they know they have them.
It is well known in Scalvoris that Cally's is part of a wider business run by Faith, the chef and owner, which provides education and funds a number of charitable endeavors. The produce are grown as part of this business, helping to teach people how to grow their own food and the kitchen is a place which teaches how to cook. A large margin of the profits from the business go to charities and, as Cally's expands, it aims to provide a continued service to the island of Scalvoris.
As of Ashan 718, there are one hundred and five trainees working at Cally's, the orphanage (Luna's) and the farms all of whom live in Beacon. The Cally's farm is now 15 acres and consists of a fruit and vegetable farm (5 acres), small livestock (chicken, pigs etc, not cows) and bees (5 acres) and a 5 acre vineyard.
Developed by: Faith
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