The toilets next to the rowdy beer garden at Cricketers Arms, Surry Hills, were truly a sight to behold:
In the middle of Sydney’s Newtown is the Midnight Special, a lively & fun neighbourhood bar with an emphasis on good food, drink and live blues/rock music. Named after the 1934 Lead Belly tune, the restrooms here are just as rock ‘n’ roll as the song:
Dan from Toilography went to Embassy Bar in Toronto’s Kensington Market, a bohemian area renowned for its street art. The words of wisdom graffitied onto these washroom walls certainly didn’t disappoint.
Some eerie lighting shining down upon this black & white tiled restroom at Brazen Hall
A brick wall adds some nice texture to this restroom at Winnipeg’s lively King’s Head Pub
Love the bottles on the wall at Siboire, a choice brewery in Montreal’s Plateau
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!
Toilography had been to Cinko before but here’s a few snaps from my most recent visit. Its one of my Montreal favourites because of the awesome black & white artwork painted on the porcelain.
I remember last time I was here the throne was cracked so it looks like they’ve since replaced it with a shiny new one!