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We have good news for all fans of Dungeons & Dragons, as it has just been announced that a franchise-themed restaurant is in the works, which is planned to open in 2024.

A few months ago the followers of the saga could enjoy Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance, a title that offers an epic adventure with a multiplayer approach for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and PC (via Steam and the Epic Games Store).

Now, a new project is on the way and will give all RPG lovers the opportunity to visit an immersive and fantasy-filled restaurant in the birthplace of the popular franchise: Lake Geneva (located between France and Switzerland), and Known as the home of Gary Gygax, co-creator of Dungeons & Dragons.

Preparations are underway to celebrate 50 years of the franchise

The name of this place will be The Griffin & Gargoyle and it plans to have 350 seats. The establishment will even use actors to interpret different characters that will tell a story that will unfold over the course of a meal.

Based on the information shared, people will be able to visit the place to enjoy a varied menu, or simply to explore the area and discover the secrets of the fictional adventurers who founded it, all while interacting with the staff and looking for some clues in the surroundings. .

In addition to the restaurant, The Griffin & Gargoyle will have an ax shooting range called The Barbarian in the Basement, the games store The Library and, because it could not be missing, The Gnome Alchemist, a mixology bar that you will surely like to visit.

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Finally, and for those who are not very familiar with Dungeons & Dragons, the restaurant will offer private gaming spaces where people can hire an expert in the series, who will guide them through their first experience with the titles.

Now we just have to wait a couple of years for this interesting project, by Daniel Colwell and Michael Paylor, to achieve everything it has planned and be ready in 2024 to have the best way to celebrate 50 years of Dungeons & Dragons.

What do you think of this restaurant? Tell us in the comments.

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