We Have To Talk About Some Of SF's Coolest Bathrooms
Who knew the shitter was so chic?
Andy Warhol would definitely take a dump in this pop art themed restroom. Banana pop-art makes for fabulous selfies (a la above) and tags are optional. Though if you aren't at Media Noche just to wash your hands, why not dig into their menu of four sandwiches, four bowls, two salads, and some snacks—all within the fast casual state of mind. // 3465 19th St, Mission, medianochesf.com
Ken Ken Ramen
Right on time for the new Jumanji, the Ken Ken Ramen bathroom is a literal jungle waiting to be explored... by your bowels. Ok, listen, we know that wasn't the best pun but this bathroom is literally jurassic. Serving authentic Japanese style ramen in a fun, psychedelic and energetic ambiance for friends and fans in the Mission District of San Francisco: Ken Ken can make us laugh with this evergreen oasis. // 3378 18th St, Mission, kenkenramen.com
Literary buffs, this bathroom is all yours. With major works of literary genius lining the walls, we'll just say we're taking the piss. We have definitely spotted books from our high school days strung about the walls and PTSD for sans fake. But hey, after you've done your light reading in their bathroom, you've got to indulge in their sandwich menu. It's a bit pricey, we get it, but if we're drooling after scarfing down our lunch, that sandwich did something right. // 720 Market St, Market, mazarinecoffee.com
A bathroom that screams tres chic, Gitane is the home of the menu that is rooted in Southern France, but this bathroom screams great design. If you don't feel like luxury going number two, we don't know how to impress you anymore. But of course, dining at Gitane is an experience to be savored; immerse yourself in the dining room upstairs or linger on the heated patio, one of San Francisco’s best locations for outdoor dining. It's magnifique. // 6 Claude Ln, FiDi, gitanerestaurant.com
No, your eyes do not deceive you. You are not seeing red (but if you're color blind, you're probably seeing gray.) With the SFMOMA's re-build over the past four years, not only did the art translate from the main galleries, it was fused to the five story bathrooms throughout the new build out. Plus bonus tip, every floor's bathroom is a different color so if you fancy a certain hue, makin' a number two won't be too difficult. // 151 3rd St, SoMa, sfmoma.org