Concept: Art Deco tavern. The black-and-white tiles are confined to the floor at the Waverly, whereas they cover nearly every inch of the WC at the Beatrice, lending it a "yellow submarine" vibe. The Waverly does, however, feature rearing-zebra wallpaper trim.
Privacy: The line at the Beatrice moves slowly even when, curiously enough, people go in two at a time. "Knock! Be assertive!" someone instructed us when we allowed a couple too much time. People are less aggressive at the Waverly and leave bathroom tenants in peace.
Amenities: The Beatrice's larger restroom has a wooden breakfast table currently embellished with a pumpkin and ears of corn in case you want to sit down to write some lines. Waverly: Dual TP holders.
Strategy: Prepare to knock to keep things moving at the Beatrice. At the Waverly, bring your manuscript satchel in case the next person in line is Nicole Aragi.
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— Daniel Maurer