I was walking through Williamsburg, Brooklyn on a balmy 36ºC day; my thirst led me into a bar known as The Charleston. I was pleased to find they offered free pizza with the purchase of a drink between 12pm-8pm and I was even more pleased to find this wickedly graffitied restroom.
Funny story about crazy people: while I was there, the guy next to me said he was gonna “drop a Cosby pill” into his girlfriend’s drink and a little later on the bouncer started spraying water all over the barmaid’s boobs. Just the kinda dive bar I love!!
I enjoyed the consistent tiled theme of the public toilets in the Immigration Museum on Ellis Island, once the gateway for immigration into the United States.
This is an original bathroom in a dormitory for detained immigrants:
This restroom at Smith & Mills, a cosy vintage bar in TriBeCa, is built inside an old elevator shaft
That’s right folks, a Michael Jackson and Beyoncé themed toilet at Vynl in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen district. Serving a variety of American and Asian cuisine, this diner is decorated with vinyl records and music-related paraphernalia, culminating in these superstar restrooms.
I was walking along 5th Avenue in NYC and chanced to pass the Museum Of Sex, where they have this fascinating example of a female urinal on display.
“The female urinal elaborates on the traditional structure of a male urinal, adding an extended tray to more accurately accommodate the female form”
The colours of the NY Mets at Citi Field, New York City