This upscale French-American steakhouse has quite a few noteworthy elements: tableside butchery, a walk-through wine tunnel, and a Marie-Antoinette themed bathroom. Located on the 71st floor of the InterConinental Hotel in Los Angeles, its impeccable views (hint: you can see the Hollywood sign and the Pacific Ocean), classic gold decor, and floral seating area, make this restroom an Instagrammers dream destination.
Everything about this restaurant screams Hollywood glam, and the bathroom is no different. From a velvet couch in the sitting area to large gold mirrors and a huge chandelier, take a break from your cocktail or housemade cacio e pepe
to spend some time in the restroom.
Located inside the Hermitage Hotel in Nashville, this fine-dining restaurant will fill your plates with wild rabbit biscuits and filet mignon, but the food isn’t the only thing that excites people. Their men’s room actually won an award for “America’s Best Restroom,” presented by Cintas in 2008.
This London establishment was the first restaurant in the U.K. to receive a Michelin star, but their upscale French fare is perhaps upstaged by the classic bathroom complete with vintage mirror decor.
Everything about this Cuban eatery in San Francisco is built for Instagram. From their pink and blue flooring to their cuban sandwich and their banana wallpaper in the bathroom, you’ll have an endless supply of photos after you visit.
This quaint New York City restaurant is a barroom in a converted carriage house, and yes, we know, usually when you think bar bathroom, you're thinking the grossest thing imaginable. But take a break from your craft cocktails and chicken meatballs and visit the coolest vintage bathroom you've ever been in. Trust us.
This restaurant in Washington, D.C. serves Mexican fare with a modern vibe, and their restroom is very on theme. Designed by Michael Reginbogin in collaboration with //3877, this stylish bathroom is perfect for Instagram because of its hot pink door and bright blue light fixtures.
Sloan's Ice Cream
This homemade ice cream shop in West Palm Beach, Fla. brought their creativity into the bathroom. This bright pink room decorated with hot fudge sundaes and ice cream scoops all over the walls is an Instagrammer's paradise.
This modern-European tearoom-by-day, lounge-by-night in London has a colorful bathroom where the toilets are futuristic enclosed pods.
You may want to visit this Southern restaurant in Washington, D.C. to eat impeccable food from James Beard Award nominee Edward Lee, but the stylish bathroom, designed by //3877 in collaboration with KNEAD Design, will have you just as awestruck as the fried chicken and waffles on your plate.
Farmers Restaurant Group
This distillery and eatery in Washington, D.C., features farm-to-table fare in a casual environment. Stop in for a morning coffee and pastry or a full-course meal any time of the day, but don’t forget to visit the restroom, where everything is marble—even the walls.
This Cincinatti eatery wants you to feel at home when you eat there, and they extended that motto to every corner of the restaurant, including the bathrooms. Each of their six restrooms was designed to evoke a different emotion and promote a residential feel. This one is modeled after an opera, whereas the one next door has red zebra wallpaper and a photo of a monkey. No one will blame you if you get up six times wash your hands during dinner.
Feel the authenticity of Buenos Aires everywhere in this Argetine restaurant in Baltimore, Maryland. This beautiful bathroom gives off serious rainforest vibes.