Slocum's Joe was a pre-War coffee and donut company based in Malden. The company ran numerous coffee shops around the eastern United States and had a special of a large coffee and jelly donut for 30 dollars.
A staple of pre-War Bostonian and Appalachian fast foods, Slocum's focused on two things: Joe (coffee) and doughnuts. While their food was noted by some to exceed the daily recommended amount of carbohydrates and fat, Slocum's always tried to stay one step ahead of the competition, such as by trying to solve the problem of keeping coffee hot and doughnuts fresh.
Their answer was Slocum's Buzzbites, a delicious doughnut filled with hot coffee and chemically preserved to stay hot, which had a 90% chance of inflicting 3rd-degree burns on consumers. This lead to it being deemed too dangerous for distribution by authorities. The actual coffee was noted to be "stale, acidic rubbish," priced at 28 dollars.
|Slocum's Joe Corporate HQ, Malden|
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|Monsignor Plaza, Cambridge|
|Slocum's Joe, Lexington|
|Slocum's Joe, Mass Bay Medical Center|
|Baxter building, Financial District|
|Slocum's Joe, Watoga Shopping Plaza|
|Morgantown (two locations)|
|Bleakford (Machine Frequency)|
- Slocum's Buzzbites
Behind the scenes
Slocum's Joe is a reference to Dunkin' Donuts, a company founded in Quincy, Massachusetts in 1950. Like Slocum's Joe, Dunkin' Donuts maintains its corporate headquarters in the greater Boston area, in Canton, Massachusetts.
- Curie: "Be careful. Much of Slocum's Joe food greatly exceeds the daily allowance of carbohydrates and fat."
- Notice to Slocum's Joe
- Slocum Woes
- Fallout 76 Pip-Boy 2000 Mark VI Dough-Boy Paint description: "Embrace your love of Slocum's Joe with the Slocum's Joe Dough-Boy Pip-Boy Paint!"
- Slocum’s Joe Vault Boy Tee: "DOUGH BOY MEETS VAULT BOY
This artwork features Vault Boy in the pink and brown uniform of a Slocum’s Joe server, holding a box of 6 delicious donuts. Nobody knows if he intends to eat the oversized sentient donut in his right hand. But they seem to get along just fine."