The Dining Pavilion

The Dining Pavilion is an area of Camp Half-Blood where the Demigods, satyrs, and camp directors eat their meals. The pavilion is framed in Grecian columns on a hill that overlooks the sea. There are no walls or roof that cover the mess hall. Torches blaze from the columns and a central fire burning inside a bronze brazier the size of a bathtub. Each table has a white cloth with purple trim.

The pavilion's goblets are enchanted, and, on voice command, will be filled with whatever drink you desire. Another quality of the goblets is that they never empty. The types of food in the Pavilion include BBQ, grapes, apples, strawberries, cheese, and fresh bread, that the wood nymphs serve.

The tables in the Pavilion are arranged so that there is a table for each god, similar to the Cabins. Therefore, children of Hermes sit at the Hermes table, children of Aphrodite at the Aphrodite table, etc. Although Big Three children often have to sit on their own anyway, it is expressly forbidden to sit at another god's table. Hunters sit at the Artemis table when visiting, and the satyrs and nymphs can sit at any table they please.

Every night the half-bloods tribute a portion of their food to the gods by burning it the pavilion fire. According to some, the gods like the smell of the burnt food.


Hidden under this pavilion is an entrance to the underworld that only Hades children can access here.

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