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Clark County restaurants’ designs call for cool commodes

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Dandelion Teahouse calls its bathroom the Roost Room.
Dandelion Teahouse calls its bathroom the Roost Room. (Rachel Pinsky) Photo Gallery

Several new Clark County restaurants have put a surprising amount of thought and effort into their restrooms, from the drunken-monkey wallpaper at Acorn & The Oak to the otherworldy vortex at Thirsty Sasquatch to the Anthony Bourdain shrine at Mav’s Taphouse. These elaborate restrooms are unisex.

“If you’re trying to provide a semblance of inclusivity, having gender nonspecific bathrooms is important,” said Sara Newton, general manager of Thirsty

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