I finally got to see the ‘Sani Seat’ mechanical seat covers at Chicago O’Hare Airport. I’d heard so much about them over the past few years, it was great to see them in action!
Thanks heaps to Mike Stephen for inviting me onto Chicago’s Outside The Loop Radio for a chat this morning!
For those of you who tuned in, feel free to browse through the photos I took while I was in Chicago last year. They really were impressive washrooms… some of the best I’ve seen in the world. If you have any suggestions for interesting toilets in Chicago that I missed, I’d love to hear them in the comments section below.
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A one-way mirror above the urinal at Streeters Tavern in downtown Chicago
Come take a seat at Filter Cafe’s very homely restroom. You can use the chalkboards to scribe all kinds of messages to fellow toiletgoers while you’re there.
For the final bar I visited on this particular night, I present to you Punch House on W 19th, complete with chalk board walls for all kinds of drunken ramblings. In my state of inebriation, I scribbled ‘TOWNSVILLE REPRESENT’ (my hometown), plugged the toilography.com website and drew a picture of a cat.
Just when I thought I’d seen it all, I came across a shrine to Elvis in the mens room at Club Foot.
The deeper into Chicago I travelled, the better the toilets kept getting. Welcome to The Empty Bottle in Ukrainian Village. It’s hell loud, ridiculously divey, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen a washroom as grungy as this one.
The Boiler Room in Logan Square. I was feeling pretty tipsy by the time I made it to this to bar.
This bar turned out to be my favourite out of all the bars I went to in Chicago: Cole’s Bar in Logan Square. Friendliest ever bartender, cute girls from St Louis, and a wonderfully graffitied restroom.