The bar is tended by a mysterious fellow named John Carver and is a place a new pirate will find themselves visiting quite often as they are set to task by Joshamee Gibbs and other pirates as they complete various quests.
Like many other taverns, a pirate can sit down to game of Tortuga Hold'em Poker.
In Pirates of the Caribbean Lore, the tavern is described as little more than an over-sized shack constructed from salvaged ship timbers. It notably smelled of tar, salt, seaweed and fish and The Bride's roof is notoriously leaky during hard rains.
In its time, the Faithful Bride has had countless scalleywags and lawless pirates cross her threshold.
Who built The Bride and when is a bit of a mystery, but it's stood on Tortuga likely since the colony's early founding. A young Jack Sparrow visited here at the start of his adventurous career a couple of decades prior. At that time it was owned by a family named Smith, who's daugther Arabella was a serving girl. She would later join adolescent Jack's crew.
After the Cutler Beckett's War on Piracy, it's rumored Arabella took back ownership of her family's business.
With the undead invasions of Tortuga, Jolly Roger's target is the Faithful Bride to find and hunt down Captain Jack Sparrow. During the invasion, wiley Jack will make his escape and disappear from the tavern if it's overrun.
The pirates on Tortuga erect a makeshift barricade in front of the building, but unless pirates can keep it defended - Jolly Roger's minions can force their way inside and tear the tavern apart to find Jack, setting it ablaze and damaging the exterior.