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D&D General Dungeons & Dragons immersive fantasy restaurant, amusement experience proposed for Lake Geneva

I should be stated that one of the nation's largest Renaissance Festivals (Bristol) is near there too. And that pulls in an enormous amount of people each year, despite it being in the middle of nowhere.
I don't think Bristol counts as the middle of nowhere; it's close to a major highway, and just over the WI border from IL. It's a very reasonable drive from the heavily populated greater Chicago area.

Of course, by that token, Lake Geneva isn't that much farther...
 

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payn

Legend
I feel like a D&D themed restaurant should address the mechanics as well.

Like when you show up, roll a d20. Nat20 and you get the best seat in the house. Roll a 1 and they sit you by the bathroom.

The menu can just be a series of random tables to roll on.
That can be your restaurant that nobody goes to. :p
 

I feel like a D&D themed restaurant should address the mechanics as well.

Like when you show up, roll a d20. Nat20 and you get the best seat in the house. Roll a 1 and they sit you by the bathroom.

The menu can just be a series of random tables to roll on.
I seem to recall one of the restaurants in Indy during GenCon offering a cocktail or shot promotion that you rolled a d20 to see what you got. :)
 

Undrave

Hero
I agree, but I'm also thinking they want to be prepared for convention traffic. I'm not sure how much that will help them outside of that, however.
Is the convention centre there really busy? You don't need to have the restaurant be full on D&D all the time to please the business crowd. A good bar, good food AND the axe throwing lane will probably be enough to keep them busy and out of TGI Friday or what have you.
 

payn

Legend
Is the convention centre there really busy? You don't need to have the restaurant be full on D&D all the time to please the business crowd. A good bar, good food AND the axe throwing lane will probably be enough to keep them busy and out of TGI Friday or what have you.
Are TGI Fridays still a thing?
 





vecna00

Speculation Specialist Wizard
Is the convention centre there really busy? You don't need to have the restaurant be full on D&D all the time to please the business crowd. A good bar, good food AND the axe throwing lane will probably be enough to keep them busy and out of TGI Friday or what have you.
I honestly do not know, as I have not been to Lake Geneva yet!
 

Nikosandros

Golden Procrastinator
I feel like a D&D themed restaurant should address the mechanics as well.

Like when you show up, roll a d20. Nat20 and you get the best seat in the house. Roll a 1 and they sit you by the bathroom.

The menu can just be a series of random tables to roll on.
This could get out of hand. Imagine optimizers complaining about desserts that just can't keep up with the expected CPS (calories per spoonful).
 



Smackpixi

Explorer
I was in lake Geneva this summer and there’s at leas two 200+ seat pirate restaurants on the shore area. 300 seems to be pushing it but properly located in that town being different than the other dumbstuff tourist restaurants there will do fine. Mostly a matter fo having the right location.
 

haakon1

Adventurer
I went on pilgrimage to Lake Geneva when visiting Wisconsin from the West Coast in 2018. I went to look at Gary’s house and Horticulture Hall, based on the map in his biography. I didn’t see any D&D themed stuff walking around downtown and the Lakeside. So, this is a good idea in imho.
 

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