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Stop in for a drink at the Dugout Inn. The stories are free, but the moonshine will cost you. Ask for Vadim Bobrov.Travis Miles, Diamond City Radio

The Dugout Inn is an unmarked location in Diamond City in Fallout 4. It is owned and operated by the Bobrov Brothers, Vadim and Yefim, as a bar and hotel. The strong alcoholic beverage, Bobrov's Best moonshine, is distilled here.

Publications

This is the primary watering hole of Diamond City. Many of the residents go here in the evenings to grab a drink. Occasionally, the place has guests who are traveling through the Commonwealth, as there are rooms available (and mattresses to sleep on) for 100 Caps. Though the Russian twins who run this place are identical in their features, their personalities are completely different.
This is one of the locations the Ghoul Edward Deegan hangs out in; speak to him to find out more about the Cabots. There’s also a back room with a terminal (Novice) and Holotape regarding the Railroad. The locked storage room (Advanced) holds some chems and ammo.
Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map

Layout

This building in the city's southern dugout is a single-floor structure with a lobby bar and several rooms. A wanted poster for the quest Diamond City's Most Wanted is on the wall of the entrance corridor leading to the lobby. A Port-A-Diner is just to the right of the lobby entrance, and an unmarked bedroom farther to the right, opposite the kitchen, features Vadim and Yefim's Novice-locked terminal. An Advanced-locked storage room is at the end of the corridor behind the bar.

Inhabitants

Loot

Related quests

Notes

Taking the perfectly preserved pie from the Port-A-Diner is considered stealing.

Appearances

The Dugout Inn only appears in Fallout 4.

Gallery

  1. Travis Miles: ""{NERVOUS} Stop in for a drink at the Dugout Inn. The stories are free, but the moonshine will cost you. Ask for Vadim Bobrov.""
    (Diamond City Radio advertisement)