Take a stroll through the old Nook, née Brick Ridge. Though this establishment has closed, its warm styling and family-friendly atmosphere are preserved here digitally as if in amber. The building, a converted schoolhouse, dates back to 1892 and has housed several restaurants since its initial closure in 1947. There will probably be another restaurant here sooner or later, but it will never look quite like this again.

For a restaurant that's still open, check out Café Nola!

Paintings, which hung in the real restaurant exactly as depicted, by local artist Goodloe Byron. Various bottles around the restaurant courtesy of an asset pack licensed by Braincave. The rest of the scene is all modeled and textured by yours truly.

This space can be explored in 3D or VR via the BraincaveXR web portal. (Chrome recommended)

Under heavy construction.