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Mirror, mirror on the wall… please forgive us, because sometimes we can’t help but indulge our millennial instincts and snap a ’Gram. Particularly when the facilities are as lovely as these.

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The first reason to go to the Iron Chef’s eponymous spot is for some of the best sushi in town. But the bathrooms are a close second. They’re outfitted with artwork that can best be described as “futuristic secret garden.” Snap snap snap.

88 Tenth Ave.;

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Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club

If you step into this flamingo-splashed wonderland and don’t have a sudden urge to snap a pic (and maybe stand on one leg)… well, we don’t know what to tell you.

514 Union St., Brooklyn;

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The Grill

Because sometimes you want to feel like an old-timey movie star between coyses.

99 E. 52nd St.;

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House of Yes

Of course the performance/art/party/circus venue would have an equally over-the-top bathroom: The hallway is basically a giant disco ball, while the stalls are decked out in varying degrees of sparkle.

2 Wyckoff Ave., Brooklyn;

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Island Oyster

Why yes, we would like to wash our hands with a view of One World Trade, thank you very much.

146 Carder Rd., Governors Island;

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Habana Outpost

The hanging plants in this seasonal eatery’s alfresco restroom are a nice touch—but what’s even more impressive is that the eco-friendly plumbing is powered by a rainwater collection system piped in from the roof.

757 Fulton St., Brooklyn;


Outfitted with Moroccan tile floors and black-and-white baby pics, les toilettes at this French café have a ridiculous amount of charm per square inch… you know, like the rest of the place.

239 Centre St.;

Smith & Mills

What, you’ve never been inside a bathroom housed in an old elevator car built in 1902?

71 N. Moore St.;

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