The Ladies Room Door Art Series: Part Thirty-three

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More doors!

From daughter Laura and son-in-law Matt, Amsterdam Falalel in Dallas, Texas.

I snapped this one at the Salt Grass Steakhouse in San Marcos, Texas.

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I met these cool cowboys inside the ladies room.

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This is the Caso Rio on the San Antonio Riverwalk. Cliff and I spent a few nights there before we met up with the kids in Austin for Christmas.

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Bella on the River in San Antonio. Wonderful Italian cuisine. We sat right by the water and waved at the passengers in the tour boats as they floated by.


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Doughnuts and chocolate glaze for dessert!

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We love the San Antonio Riverwalk. It’s romantic and festive. You can get some good hotel deals on Travelocity.

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More drinks by the river.

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On to Austin! The Pinthouse. Love those brass letters.

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Now we’re in Greenpond, New Jersey. Cliff was there in the fall for his cousin’s anniversary celebration, held in the Green Pond Firehouse. The women’s room door…

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And the men’s. Cliff’s cousin Robert is a fireman, and he reports that firehouses often have creative doors, connecting, hmmm…anatomy with firefighting equipment.
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Susan sent us The Asian Harbor Restaurant in Durham.

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From Candace, Buzz’s Roost in Georgetown, South Carolina.

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I took this one at the gas station  in Haw River, North Carolina, where Cliff loves to get coffee when we start our travels West on I-40.

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And from Carol, taken at Sidewall Pizza Company in Traveler’s Rest, South Carolina. Carol reports that the bunny is significant because the restaurant is close to the 25 mile +Swamp Rabbit Bike Trail. img_3367

From Lois, the Mellow Mushroom in Burlington, North Carolina. Mellow Mushrooms consistently have creative doors. You guys are mellow and fun!

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Kathy sent us this unisex door from the Girl and the Fig in Sonoma, California.

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Finally, if you’re in the mood to create your own bathroom art, try toilet paper tubes. Let the work of Fritz Jacquet inspire you! Check our his art here.

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4 responses »

  1. I think restaurants and gas stations must be inspired to create these wonderful bathroom doors by reading your blog! There are so many fun bathroom doors out there. Keep them coming!

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