Where are Dallas-Fort Worth's most fabulous restaurant restrooms? You might want to sit down for this (tasteful) list of pretty potties.

Where are Dallas-Fort Worth's most fabulous restaurant restrooms? You might want to sit down for this (tasteful) list of pretty potties.

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At restaurants, everything matters. The food matters; the service matters. Even the bathrooms matter.

Take a look-see at six loos in North Texas, each with its own flair. You might just find yourself saying, "I gotta go!"

Sixty Vines

Take a night out at Sixty Vines in Uptown, and be sure to visit the restroom. The women's stalls are as big as some bathrooms at home, with kitschy decor and furniture that'll make you rethink your own pretty potty. 

Sixty Vines is at 500 Crescent Court, Dallas.

The Charles

This Italian restaurant in the Dallas Design District is bursting with energetic style. Walk into the restrooms, and you'll experience a sensory overload of provocative images quite literally ripped from a magazine. 

The Charles is at 1632 Market Center Blvd., Dallas.

Dee Lincoln Prime

Dee Lincoln is referred to as the Queen of Steaks, so it's no surprise that the bathroom at her upscale steakhouse and sushi bar in Frisco is like a palace. Lounge on the circular cushion in the women's restroom and pamper yourself in front of a shimmery gold vanity before heading back to the table. 

Dee Lincoln Prime is at 6670 Winning Drive, Frisco.

Pink Magnolia

Don't forget your phone on the way to the restroom at Pink Magnolia in Oak Cliff. Dozens of handwritten recipes are plastered to the walls — even offering inspiration for your next dinner. Each one is from a family member or friend of owner Blythe Beck and her investors. 

Pink Magnolia is at 642 W. Davis St., Dallas.

Angry Dog

Stepping into the women's restroom at Angry Dog in Deep Ellum is like looking through a scrapbook of the hottest men — and some not quite so hot — from the early 2000s. George Clooney, anyone? 

Angry Dog is at 2726 Commerce St., Dallas.

Cane Rosso

Before you even get to the restroom, stop and stare at the pizza oven at Cane Rosso at The Star in Frisco: It's shaped like a Dallas Cowboys helmet. Now it's on to the ladies' room, which offers a vibrant ode to Star Wars via a mural painted by Dallas artist Clay Stinnett. Fabulous, darling. 

Cane Rosso is at 3685 The Star Blvd., Frisco.

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