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Co-ed Bathrooms/Sink areas in mid-range to upscale restaurants? Why?

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Co-ed Bathrooms/Sink areas in mid-range to upscale restaurants? Why?

Dagney | Nov 5, 2012 01:17 AM

I had lunch the other day at a mid-range restaurant. The sink area was co-ed. I was UNimpressed.

Two days later I had dinner at an upscale hotel restaurant (The Palomar in San Diego). The entire bathroom and sink area was co-ed. Not only was I unimpressed, but I was completely horrified.

When I excuse myself to go to the ladies room, I do not care to primp, apply lipgloss and brush my hair in the company of strange men. Is this a new trend? Did I miss the memo?

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