Top 5 Bathrooms In Dallas Restaurants

Normally we roll out a Top 10 list in this space. But, quite honestly, we stalled somewhere around number six.

Yet bathrooms are surprisingly important. A clean, bright and polished space reassures guests of the entire operation's standards while a smudged, rusty room with splash marks all over the floor is enough to drive many people away.

There's no real need for anything fancy. On the other hand, some restaurateurs know the value when patrons return to their tables, flushed with excitement, and say to their friends "you won't believe the bathrooms in this place."

But, like I said, our list dribbled to a stop after we'd awarded sixth spot to Cowboy Chow, for their unisex space. The French Room and Charlie Palmer are impressive. Fuse and Rise No. 1 (how appropriate) are worthy of note. There there's...well, just too many nice but otherwise indistinguishable bathrooms to really shake out a full Top 10.

There are, however, five truly impressive Dallas restaurant bathrooms:

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