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For the establishment on the original Deep Space 9, see Quark's

Quark's Public House, Café, Gaming Emporium, Holosuite Arcade, and Ferengi Embassy to Bajor was an establishment located on the Plaza of Deep Space 9, owned and operated by Quark.


Quark's ranged over the three levels of the Plaza. On the first level was the main bar, dabo and dom-jot tables, several storerooms, two offices, customer and staff refreshers, and the entrance to the three-level holosuite arcade. At one end of the bar stairs led up to the second and third levels, at the other end was an open, funicular-style lift that also serviced the other levels.


After the original Quark's was lost in the Destruction of Deep Space 9 in 2383, Quark relocated his business to Aljuli on Bajor, near to Bajoran Space Central. Once construction of the new Deep Space 9 was complete, Quark opened a new establishment there, and left the profitable Aljuli Quark's under the management of former dabo girl Treir. The new Quark's opened for business a few days before the starbase was officially opened. (ST - The Fall novel: Revelation and Dust)

The establishment was later dedicated as the new embassy to Bajor later in 2385. (DS9 eBook: Rules of Accusation)