A favorite hangout in northern Virginia since the 80’s, Brittany’s was in need of a makeover to modernize and update its customer experience. New member to the Chenevert Architects family Kirk Copeland (KCA) divided the large bar area into two separate spaces by introducing a glass and wood panel wall, creating a smoking bar room with the mechanical exhaust system as required by Code, and a billiard and game room with non-smoking restaurant seating. Within the bar area, two 50’ long “media walls” were installed, each with six flush mounted large screen televisions and recessed area for dart boards. The existing toilets were undersized for the occupant load of the facility, so KCA expanded the toilet rooms, increasing the toilet and lavatory count, and installed stainless steel stall partitions, porcelain floor tiles, ceramic tile walls with metallic tile accents, and custom quartz countertops with monolithic sinks. Faux finish artists were brought in to provide depth and character to all painted gypsum board walls and ceilings.