While we're obsessed with Trentina's tasting menu, we're equally infatuated with the upstairs bathrooms at the tiny 33-seat restaurant. With gorgeous '70s vintage wallpaper and eco-friendly toilets with heated seats and various bidet settings, they're arguably the best seats in the house. Here are three other restaurants that meant business when designing the places we go to do our business.
Barrio: The owners of the taco restaurant try not to take themselves too seriously with a playful Dia de Muertos decor. The humorous vibe extends to its Lakewood location where a sign on the women's bathroom shows a female skeleton with its panties around her ankles and bold graffiti on the brick walls inside.15527 Madison Ave., Lakewood, 216-226-7714, barrio-tacos.com
Butcher and the brewer: This spot is all about shared experiences from communal tables to charcuterie boards. That feeling of togetherness continues in its open bathroom designed for both men and women (don't worry, the stalls are private) along with a joint washing basin for all to use. 2043 E. Fourth St., Cleveland, 216-331-0805, butcherandthebrewer.com
Stone Mad:As much a piece of art as an amenity, the bathrooms inside this Irish pub took around 10 years for local artist Colleen Fraser to complete. Her whimsical mural masterpiece greets guests with scenes of the Emerald Isle featuring longhaired fairies, unicorns, ponies and three-leaf clovers in a bright mosaic design. 1306 W. 65th St., Cleveland, 216-281-6500