As with any urban area, Coruscant had no shortage of nightclubs. The Walk was no exception, a sprawling entertainment district owned jointly by SIN and Heartbeat House that encompassed theaters, clubs, commercial centers and restaurants alike.
Dusk was the seedier twin to the more refined Dawn, though they both catered to the same category. One was easier to get into than the other, and that one tended to host the rougher crowd. Despite the air of freedom around both establishments, the Coratanni Cartel kept a close eye on their investments.
Yula didn’t know about any of that, of course. Still, she was here for similar reasons—to check on The Walk and report back to her mother. Given all Coruscant had been through, it was only natural that business owners with interests on the planet wanted to ensure that said interests were secure. Why wouldn’t they? With the Galactic Alliance falling back and various powers caught up in bureaucratic motions (not to mention the, ahem, Sith razing part of the planet) it made sense that elective attendance would be down. Heartbeat House had focused a larger portion of its resources into helping rebuild the planet, sending medical and refugee aid to the devastated areas of the planet. Given that, they had little time to go and check out the clubs and restaurants beyond ensuring that yes, they were still standing.
Though she wasn’t much of a businesswoman, Yula had been raised by a mother who ran one of the largest entertainment companies in the galaxy. After a brief argument which she could not win, the Zeltron mix found herself on Coruscant, ticking off the boxes as she made her way through The Walk. Dusk was where she ended her night, preferring the raw atmosphere over the more refined Dawn.
Dressed in a simple tank top and tight pants, Yula sat with her back to the bar, a glass with some sort of clear liquor in her hand. So far club attendance seemed close to normal which was a good thing. Not for her particularly because she wouldn’t care either way, but it would reflect well on her when she reported back.