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For the mirror universe counterpart, see Quark's (mirror).
For the establishment on Deep Space 9 (II), see Quark's (II)

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Quark's Bar, Grill, Embassy, Gaming House and Holosuite Arcade (a wholly owned subsidiary of Quark Enterprises, Inc.) was an establishment owned by the Ferengi Quark on the Promenade of Deep Space 9 with the cooperation of the government of the Ferengi Alliance.

Facilities and menu

Quark's Bar.

Quark's bar was open 26 hours a day (Bajoran days are 26 hour days and DS9 ran on Bajor time) and was one of the major social locations on DS9 with food and drink, including a buffet, gambling and holosuites. (DS9 novel: Devil in the Sky, et al.)

Quark's sold twenty-four varieties of Hasperat. (DS9 - Avatar novel: Book One)

In April 2376, Quark attempted to sell a drink he called Fa'ntar, which was actually a concoction made from rotting fruit he was trying to get rid of. (DS9 - Avatar novel: Book One)


Quark's as seen in 2375

Quark first opened his bar in the early 2360s, when the station was under Cardassian control and was known as Terok Nor.

Quark was prepared to leave the Bajoran sector after the Cardassian withdrawal in 2369, but was convinced to keep his bar open by the station's new Federation commander, Benjamin Sisko. (DS9 episode: "Emissary")

In April 2376, Ro Laren fell from the stairs in Quark's, fortunately Quark was there to take her to the Infirmary. Not long after there was some commotion in Quark's when the Jem'Hadar Kitana'klan unshrouded and introduced himself there. (DS9 - Avatar novel: Book One)

Following Bajor's admission into the Federation later in 2376, Ferengi Grand Nagus (and Quark's brother) Rom designated Quark's the Ferenginar Embassy to Bajor, thereby legally making the establishment Ferengi territory, and allowing Quark to continue his non-Federation economic business practices. (DS9 novel: Unity)

Quark's first served its function as embassy when Chek, owner of industry giant Chek Pharmaceuticals, contacted Quark needing facilities for a meeting of Ferengi businessmen. (DS9 novel: Ferenginar: Satisfaction is Not Guaranteed)

The Bar and Grill was lost during the Destruction of Deep Space 9. Quark continued his business on Bajor at Aljuli in Wintara Mas, then opened a new establishment on the new station upon its completion. (DS9 novels: Plagues of Night, Raise the Dawn, Revelation and Dust)


Alternate timelines

In an alternate timeline in which the Cardassian Union did not withdraw from Bajor in 2369, Rom bought the bar from Quark prior to 2373. His brother was able to achieve his long held ambition of buying a moon as he had been off by the Detapa Council to keep both the discovery of the Bajoran wormhole and the existence of the Dominion a secret. (TNG - Myriad Universes novel: A Gutted World)



Deep Space 9 sections, facilities and establishments (original station)
sections central core (upper coremid-corelower core - fusion core) • habitat ringdocking ringdocking pyloncrossover bridgedefense sail Emblem of the United Federation of Planets. Bajoran emblem. Seal of the Federation Starfleet. DS9 insignia.
facilities amphitheatre (01-005) • assay officeBajoran Consulate (01-501) • Bajoran Customs Office (01-484) • Bajoran templeCargo Loading and Transfer (01-106) • chief engineer's office (01-409) • dockmaster's office (01-843) • Federation Consulate (02-375) • geological assay office (02-487) • Klingon Consulate (02-620) • Import Protocol Office (02-583) • infirmary (02-682) • lodging and accommodations (02-294) • Medical Doperations centerpromenaderunabout pads (ABCDEF) • schoolroom (03-855) • spacecraft resupply (02-992) • security officestation commander's officestation operations (03-658) • station security (03-582) • subspace communications (03-584) • Tourism OfficeVulcan Embassy (03-589) • wardroom
establishments Andorian Fast Food (01-754) • Bal CabarinBanzai Institute (01-088) • Berman's Dilithium Supply (01-034) • bowling alley (01-854) • Cavor's Gravity Devices (01-332) • Curry's Martial Arts Training (01-112) • Del Floria's Tailor Shop (01-383) • Diet Smith Corporation (01-892) • Diva Droid Corporation (01-874) • Forbin Project (02-874) • Fredrickson's Squid Vendor (02-587) • Garak's Clothiers (02-485) • Gocke's House of Mirrors (02-875) • Jacobson's Used Photons (02-754) • Jupiter Mining Corporation (02-842) • Milliways (02-984) • Pancho's Happy Bottom Riding Club (02-111) • Quark's (02-854) • ReplimatReplimat Cafe (02-395) • Richarz' Accessories (02-734) • Rush Dilithium Crystals (02-742) • Sirius Cybernetics Corporation (02-643) • Spacely Sprockets (02-023) • Tom Servo's Used Robots (03-585) • Vince's GymYoyodyne Propulsion Systems (03-853) • Chez Zimmerman (03-841) • Celestial CaféGalactic AdventuresGalactic Pets UnlimitedGames BazaarGarak's ClothiersGreengrocersKalaw's Klingon KitchenKlingon restaurantMultiplexSpican JewelersStarlight LoungeT'Pril'sWaverly's Wonderful World of DuotronicsUnnamed Promenade Establishments
Deep Space 9 facilities and establishments (second station)
facilities HubMemorial DeckNanietta Bacco ParkObservation GalleryPlazaSector GeneralStockade complex
establishments Alidosa's Fine ArtBella's ConfectionsCafé ParisienneQuark'sReplimatSports & Recreation Reservation OfficeStarlight Gems & JewelryVestel's Deep Space Night ClubWorlds Apart

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