We’ve all been there, admit it. Sometimes nice bathrooms are so nice you’d rather stay to admire the pretty sink, wall décor, fragrant flowers, etc., than go back to your table. And sometimes they’re in such horrifying condition, you can’t help but run out of there to tell someone what an awful restroom you just encountered.
Thus, we present you The Royal Flushing, a blog dedicated to ranking the lavatories of eating/drinking establishments in Philadelphia.
Based on a 5.0 “flush” scale, bathrooms earn their “flushes” depending on whether they meet the following criteria:
- Handicap accessible
- Dryer and/or paper towels
- Toilet paper
- Proper functions
High Street’s commode was the most recent one evaluated, earning a respectable 4 out of five flushes and being described as “siiiiiiicccck.”
Nice. A certain bar on Girard Avenue wasn’t so lucky.
Earning a measly 0.5 flushes, R.F. mocks the Saint’s tiny toilet room by calling it “a clown car of restroom things.”