Our Ladies Room Door Art Series continues! Thanks to those of you who photographed these wonderful doors.
I discovered musicians Nancy and Anne Wilson at the Blue Note Grill in Durham, North Carolina, on the door above.
From Rachel, the doors at Pompeii Pizza in Durham. The restaurant is set in an old firehouse, which explains the somewhat off-color names on the doors. (I’m not sure how I would explain “Jaws of Life” on a ladies room door to a six-year-old.”) Fun doors though, that’s for sure!
From Silvia, who snapped this photo at a steakhouse in Santa Ana, El Salvador. Silvia sent along a translation: “Ella” means “she” and “damas” means “ladies.”
From Kirstina, The Pineville Tavern in Wrightstown, PA, which is said to be haunted. Kristina reports the tavern was featured on Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives.
From Candace, 49 West in Annapolis, Maryland.
From daughter Kath at the H G Sply Company in Dallas, Texas.
From Pat, The Continental, a restaurant in Richmond, Virginia.
Johnna snapped this at a friend’s house.
Jay’s Chicken Shack, right up the street from me:
From Gail, a bathroom in Page Auditorium at my alma mater, Duke University.
From Barb, Virginia’s on the Bay, Port Aransas, Texas. Barb wrote, “One guess which is the men’s room!”
And Barb found this one at The Brewery, also in Port Aransas.
And finally, Cliff sent me this cartoon, which certainly fits our theme!