Scott Kramer is especially proud of the ladies room at Tiki Lounge in Pittsburgh. That’s because he and a team of local artists spent over 200 hours designing and constructing it! Kramer, who co-owns the restaurant with Steve Zumoff, traveled to Bali (Indonesia) to hand-pick the supplies. Today, visitors can see the proof of his hard work: myriad stones and shells glued all over the walls and countertops. Plus, you won’t want to miss the waterfall. That’s right, Kramer constructed an actual waterfall that feeds the shell basins down below when activated by sensors. In the waterfall, all the florals are silk, and the water flows from the top left all the way into the basin. What a way to wash your hands! “Our ladies room absolutely generates buzz,” says Kramer. “People do come in just to see the restrooms. Sometimes they actually buy a drink too.” Kramer is excited to be part of Cintas’ America’s Best Restroom Contest and let the nation see his handiwork up close. “All publicity is good publicity,” he says. And with a sink that begins in a waterfall, publicity isn’t far behind!