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Babylon 5: Red Sector - Notable Locations
Red Sector is an area of B5 that serves as the station's commercial area. Businesses such as hotels, casinos, bars, and conference areas are found here. Medlab, Security headquarters, and the Judiciary were also located in Red Sector.

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Babylon 5: Red Sector - Banquet Room
Banquet Room

Red Sector features several large rooms that can be rented for ceremonial or festive occasions. The rental fee may include any furnishings that can be supplied by the station quartermaster, though the renting party may also supply their own furnishings.


In 2258 Ambassador Mollari used a banquet room to demonstrate Centauri cultural beliefs as a part of a cross-cultural exchange. Later that year a banquet was held for the League of Non-Aligned Worlds representatives, before which Ambassador G'Kar protested the Narn delegation had been seated next to the Vree, citing their horrific table manners. In 2259 Londo rented a banquet room to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his ascension. Later that year, Urza Jaddo held a banquet to honor his reunion with his old friend Londo Mollari. It ended abruptly when Jaddo challenged Mollari to the Morago.

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Babylon 5: Red Sector - Bazaar
Bazaar

One of several shopping centres on B5, the Bazaar features shops and stalls carrying goods from all over the known galaxy and some of the best bargains this side of Centauri Prime.

In 2259, during the latest round of fighting between the "Green" and "Purple" Drazi, a major fight broke out in the Bazaar. Later that year, when a Babylon 5 merchandising store was opened, several of the products on sale were produced by some of the traders in the Bazaar. In 2260, when Brother Edward dropped his bag in Brown Sector, Garibaldi later found someone trying to sell it down in the Bazaar.

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Babylon 5: Red Sector - Notable Locations
Casino

The casino in Red Sector offers a variety of games where all major currencies are accepted.

Londo Mollari would often spend a lot of his time and money in this establishment, although as he gained in power and responsibility, he found that games of chance no longer held his interest. While investigating the murder of Stephen Petrov in late 2258, a lead led Security Chief Garibaldi to a man named Devereaux, who was know to hang out in the casino. In 2259 a large contingent of Earthforce Marines briefly arrived on the station, during which time a disagreement between Private Kleist and Lieutenant Warren Keffer led to a major fight among Earthforce personnel in this area.

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Babylon 5: Red Sector - Notable Locations
Dark Star

"Here you will find the heart and soul of Babylon 5...Not to mention its kidneys, its spleen...A veritable parade of inner organs."
– Londo Mollari to Lennier, 2258



Dark Star is a bar and nightclub in Red Sector, owned by Ock. Ock taks great pride in the fact that he procured only the very best female dancers on the station, and as a result the club has a sector-wide reputation as a fine pleasure spot for all sentients. The dancers perform sets in the main area and are also available to be hired for private shows. In addition to the main area, the club also features a private area in the back for high stakes games of chance.


In 2258 Adira Tyree was working as an exotic dancer in the Dark Star when she met Londo Mollari. Later that year, Londo talked Lennier into a game of cards in the Dark Star, but the game ended abruptly when one of the other players, a Hurr, discovered Londo cheating. After the ensuing riot, Security arrested 30 humans and aliens.

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Babylon 5: Red Sector - Notable Locations
Doug's Dugout

Located in Red 5, just off the Zócalo, Doug's Dugout is a premiere sports bar that offers real-time links to Las Vegas and New Vegas, sporting events on Earth and the colonies in addition to the bar's own in-house games. A variety of fast food from a number of different worlds is also on the menu.

Michael Garibaldi and Walker Smith enjoying Zoon burgers, Jovian tubers and a miner's draft of Traxian ale at Doug's Dugout in 2258.
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Babylon 5: Red Sector - Notable Locations
Earhart's

Earhart's is the officer's club on Babylon 5. Reserved for Earthforce personal and invited guests, it serves casual meals 24 hours a day and featured an excellent view of the station's inner core. It is named for the 20th Century aviator Amelia Earhart. A club rule requires any officer entering on official business buys the next round of drinks. As tradition, only swing or big-band music is played in Earhart's.

Garibaldi once made the mistake of doing official business.

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Babylon 5: Red Sector - Notable Locations
Zócal

The central marketplace on Babylon 5, the Zocalo is located in Red 5, and home to many open bars, kiosks, cart vendors and shops, the name comes from the Mexican word that has come to mean "great marketplace" or "central plaza", though the literal meaning is closer to "base" or "plinth". The Eclipse Cafe is also location in the Zócal.

More than once, the Zócalo had to be shut down due to public riots; first in 2259 during the Centauri bombing of Narn, in 2260 following the Earth Alliance declaration of martial law and again in 2261 during the incident with the Thirdspace artifact.and was home to many open bars, kiosks, cart vendors and shops including the Eclipse Cafe.