I'm trying to understand if I should insert a comma before the where clause in this sentence. Could you please help?
Simon could hear laughter from the garage where a loud drinking game was being played by his brothers.
Can I treat the where clause as nonrestrictive here, since the main clause seems to be "Simon could hear laughter from the garage," along with extra information after "where"? Or is the where clause restrictive because it is supplying important information linked to the laughter in the main clause?