While visiting my family for the holidays I had a delightful meal and the best Bloody Mary in recent memory at The Warren Tavern in historic Charlestown, MA. The almost cabin-like tavern reeks of history and really good mashed potatoes and is the perfect spot for a cold beer or a hot plate of shepherd's pie.
Naturally, in this historic building, which was the hangout of such American greats as Paul Revere and George Washington, I had to poop where they once had.
The bathroom is small, barely accommodating two stalls and a rather tiny sink. Though i am certain the technology has advanced since the time of the founding fathers, this restroom does not seem to have kept up. Patrons are in uncomfortably close proximity to each other both while using the restroom and waiting in line to do so. All sounds seem to be amplified in this tiny space lit by harsh fluorescent ceiling lamps. However small and poorly lit, the bathroom is quite clean.
I would not recommend this as a poop spot for the faint of heart, only for those who are experienced, and somewhat shameless, like myself. However, because i tend to enjoy a sense of danger when i poop, i rather like the conditions at the Warren Tavern.
The Warren Tavern