Some simple but fun & uplifting artwork on this washroom wall at Escondite, a rustic Mexican restaurant & bar in downtown Montreal. The sink was the pièce de résistance.
It’s pretty normal to queue for an hour or more for a decent Montreal brunch as I did here at Arthurs Nosh Bar but it’s so much more worth it when there’s an awesome restroom
Love the bottles on the wall at Siboire, a choice brewery in Montreal’s Plateau
Lov on Montreal’s de la Montagne serves some pretty delicious vegan & vegetarian fare and I lov (ha!) that the theme continues when you enter the men’s room.
It always makes me laugh to see a double toilet and I know of two classics in Montreal (the other one being in the ladies room at Candi Bar).
Here at this popular live music venue, Cafe Resonance, you can bring all the support you need as you go about your business.
One of Toilography’s favourite restaurants in Montreal is Mozza Pâtes et Passions. This was my third visit in just as many years – I keep returning not only for their open & experimental take on Italian cuisine (where else can you get linguine with porto & goats cheese on the menu?) but for the ultimate dessert: the famous DISCO TOILET!!
I’ve seen a number of disco toilets over the years but this fabulous loo at Mozza remains my #1 🙂
Here at La Graine Brûlée in Montreal’s Gay Village there are actually signs on the restroom doors warning people with epilepsy to see staff at the counter before going inside! The strobe lighting is on point inside their artful, dimly lit stalls.