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 🙂
I paid a much-anticipated return visit to the very sugary Candi Bar during my weeklong trip to Montreal. The restrooms (and cocktails) at this bar are among the sweetest in all of Montreal.
Firstly, get a load of these 👄 urinals:
If that’s not cool enough then how about this circus-themed stall in the mens room?
And finally in their unique ladies room you can even bring a friend!
Board games plastered over the walls of The Mud House, a homely little cafe just south of downtown St Louis
I went to St Louis with some friends to see the Solar Eclipse! One particular place I really wanted to check out was the Venice Cafe as a friendly tipster on Reddit suggested it to be worthy of a Toilography visit. Not only were their magnificently mosaiced toilets a huge drawcard, the whole damn venue was one of the funkiest, artsiest bars I’ve ever been to. It’s up there with the Papermoon Diner in Baltimore.
Here’s the walk down to the beautiful basement shitters:
And here are some of the other captivating pieces of art throughout the building, both toilets and non-toilets. The bartender told us that every day at least one new piece of art is added to the collection.
I’m in Washington DC this weekend and paid a return visit to the incredible Oki Bowl. Not only is it one of my favourite toilets in the world but it’s also one of my favourite ramen joints 🍜🚽
Today I met a lady called Kathy who has been collecting books about toilets for years. Her travels have taken her all around the world and she’s seen interesting loos from Greenland through to Burma. She was even so kind as to give me her copy of the Lawrence Wright classic from 1960, “Clean And Decent (The Fascinating History of the Bathroom and the WC)”. Thanks Kathy!