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The Gwinnett Restaurant

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The Gwinnett Restaurant
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Site
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Map MarkerThe Gwinnett Restaurant
People
FactionsSuper mutants
Technical
Cell NameGwinnettBrewery01
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TerminalsBar Terminal
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Give a Man... a Taste of Freedom!

— The Gwinnett Restaurant's slogan

The Gwinnett Restaurant is a super mutant encampment in neighborhood of South Boston in 2287.

Background

This front-of-house restaurant once allowed beer aficionados to sample such fine products of the nearby Gwinnett Brewery as Gwinnett's Pale Ale, Peabody Pilsner, Dead Redcoat Ale, and the infamous Bunker Hill Brew.[1] The building itself however had major damage, a hole large enough to stand in was open between the kitchen and its on site Craft and Seasonal brewery. The company hired contractors to come and repair the wall the first week in November 2077. Until then the Host staff was instructed those guiding tours of the paired facility to require all patrons to wear head protection until repairs are complete.[2]

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When the Great War struck survivors would stumble into the restaurant. A few weeks later and the looters would attack the building for any and all supplies, the survivors then fled into the paired brewery. Melissa locked herself in the closet of the restaurant and a male survivor barred himself in the brewery rooftop computer room.[6]

Now the place is piled high with offal and stands half demolished by super mutants.[1]

Layout

The entrance of the restaurants leads to the two-tiered dining area, with the bar on the east end of the second floor; The eastern part of this floor holds the kitchen. Both the bar and the kitchen have elevators that connect to one another, as well as entrances to the craft wing, which contains a chemistry station. The bottom floor of the craft wing has an outflow pipe leading to the main Gwinnett Brewery.

Notable loot

Appearances

The Gwinnett Restaurant appears only in Fallout 4.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Collector's Edition p.516: "[18.06] THE GWINNETT RESTAURANT
    This front-of-house restaurant allowed beer aficionados to sample such fine products as Gwinnett’s Pale Ale, Peabody Pilsner, Dead Redcoat Ale, and the infamous Bunker Hill Brew. “Give a Man . . . a Taste of Freedom!” the slogan said. Now the place is piled high with offal and half demolished by Super Mutants. There is a main entrance, as well as a rear entrance (Advanced) for those of a stealthy disposition. The Gwinnett Brewery (Primary Location) can be accessed via the security door and large Mirelurk-infested pipes. If you aren’t competent at hacking, find the Gwinnett Brewery password, but approach from the brewery side, not via the restaurant."
    (Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map)
  2. The Gwinnett Restaurant terminals; Bar Terminal, Internal Memo
  3. The Gwinnett Restaurant terminals; Bar Terminal, Beer Prices
  4. The Gwinnett Restaurant terminals; Terminal, Craft Wing Tours
  5. The Gwinnett Restaurant terminals; Terminal, Main Brewery Tours
  6. Gwinnett Brewery terminals; Brewing Systems, Trapped