Directions: Go in the ground-floor entrance at the mall side of the building and go up the main stairs one flight. Apparently when they built this building during the Revolutionary War they didn’t understand that the “first” floor meant the “first one you get to when you walk in the damned door.” But go up the steps and turn left. Follow the hallway around one corner and it will be on your right.
It’s not gross, it’s just old. Which, if you’ve ever been to a nursing home, are two adjectives that are easily confused.
Could have just been the suspicious-looking kid that was shuffling out, but a field of spring flowers this joint is not.
It feels like the weird brown tile is sucking up all the light in here. You won’t get any reading done here.
Stalls: 3, motion flush
Urinals: 2, motion flush
Sinks: 2, automatic faucets (useless.)
Note: It’s old. There’s nothing you can really do about that other than the old “build a new bathroom” approach, so you’ll have to deal with that. What you might not be able to deal with are the SINKS. They’re horrible. A “drizzle” is being generous here. Completely unfunctioning. It’s also got those old-style urinals that are pretty much inviting all the weird unbalanced freshmen to check out your coin purse.