Kansas Citians Weigh In On The City's Best Bathrooms
Apparently, blogging about bathrooms is a thing in Kansas City.
We spoke with two people who write about the Kansas City bathroom scene this week on Central Standard.
"A Bathroom Site" blogger Kayla Regan judges local water closets on privacy and cleanliness. For "Pee Party" blogger David Hudnall of The Pitch, he knows he's found a good bathroom when the room has some sort of odd flourish.
Their subject matter fascinated us so much, we took to social media and our airwaves and asked, "Where are the best bathrooms of Kansas City?" Listeners flooded us with suggestions.
Any of the bathrooms in the original Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art are gorgeous, @citygirl1613 tells us on Twitter.
"How grand they are and it feels like you have walked back in time," she tweets. "Maybe Matisse or Degas will stroll in."
On Twitter, @wgbenson tells us that his wife loves the large baby changing area and private nursing rooms at Union Station.
"The bathrooms feel like a piece of history, not an afterthought," he tweets.
On Facebook, Ashlee Broom brags about the "bright, high ceilings" at The Sundry.
Here are some of the other bathrooms that are getting a thumbs-up from Kansas Citians:
• Voltaire, Kansas City
• Urban Table, Prairie Village, Kansas
• Webster House, ladies room, Kansas City
• La Bodega Tapas & Lounge, Kansas City
• The Sundry Market & Kitchen, Kansas City
• Merchants Pub & Plate, Lawrence, Kansas
• Nara, Kansas City
• Bo Ling's, Country Club Plaza location in Kansas City
• Rhineland Restaurant, Independence, Missouri
• Christopher Elbow, Kansas City
• Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City
• Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the restrooms in the original building, Kansas City
• The National World War I Museum And Memorial, Kansas City
• Alamo Drafthouse Main Street, Kansas City
• Ameristar Casino, Kansas City
• Union Station, Kansas City
• Nordstrom, ladies room, Overland Park, Kansas
• Halls, formerly on the Plaza in Kansas City
• Von Maur, Overland Park, Kansas
• QuikTrip, any location in Kansas City
• Intercontinental Hotel at the Plaza, Kansas City
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