LaGuardia Airport often gets a bad rap, from Donald Trump down to the plebeians who use the airport who are lately
There are only a few weeks left to use the fully functional, 18-karat gold toilet installed at the Guggenheim Museum before it leaves New York City next month.
In New York, where absolutely anything can and will be designed to the limit, there are more than a few bathrooms that are worth visiting for their design.
An ancient Chinese male urinal gives only a sly hint to perhaps the cleanest, most underused bathroom in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, for those in the know.
Out of NYC's 468 subway stations, only 129 of them claim to have restrooms. Here's the dirty low-down on what awaits behind the unlocked doors of bathrooms.
If quirky bathrooms aren't your thing, you might be excited to learn that POSH Stow and Go, a members-only bathroom and storage facility, is coming to NYC in June 2014.
Here are 7 of the most creative bathrooms in NYC, from Long Island City to Lower East Side to Midtown to Prospect Heights.
From the Urinette to a nightclub bathroom, Montreal does not lack in creativity even in the bathrooms of the city's restaurants and bars.
Last year, Untapped New York explored the public bathroom situation in New York City. In Paris, the options are much more plentiful thanks to the widespread installation of free-standing toilet kiosks called sanisettes by JCDecaux. But one vintage possoir still exists!
Recently Untapped discovered this at Bedford Avenue and N.7th in Williamsburg. Looks like something is in the works for 2010!