Buffalo Wild Wings (BWW) officially opens Monday, January 16th, but we got a “sink peek” at their bathrooms the other day.
Design: The black and yellow bathroom color scheme definitely reflects the the Buffalo Wild Wings theme.
I liked the use of Dal’s Porcelain Continental Slate in 13” x 13” on the walls and floors with a darker cove base as an accent.
The three lighting fixtures at the vanity had an industrial look, but the one in the center wasn’t lit, a problem? or it just wasn’t in an on position.
The solid surface countertops in a bright yellow (possibly a custom color for BWW) included two integral sinks, and a rectangular opening with a trashcan placed below. No overflowing trash cans at BWW.
Cleanliness: Very, of course it was new, but the servers are responsible for 20 minute bathroom checks and the supplies they need are stored under the vanity. The hostesses are responsible clean mirrors, disinfect toilets and spot clean floors as needed.
Size/Spaciousness: Very spacious with three stalls: one ADA and two standard and the ADA stall was huge. There were actual walls between the stalls with vents at the base to facilitate ventilation and to make it easier to clean.
Accouterments: The full-length mirror was a nice touch as well as the black and yellow stripe that ran across the floor and up the wall. (whoops, didn’t capture that in the photos). Might have to visit again.
I’ll be back in a couple of months to see if the 20 minute bathroom checks remain in force. Best Regards, The Bathroom Master.