Nordstrom Third Floor Women’s Lounge
There is no better place to nurse or change your baby at the mall. Past the entryway seating area is a quiet lounge with comfy chairs, pillows, changing table and sink.
Nordstrom Second Floor Women’s Lounge
Enough clean stalls to accommodate a rush of fashionistas, plus a spacious, nicely appointed lounge area.
Culinary on North
New wins every time. One of the highlights of the Culinary on North food court in the new central wing is the bathrooms. Strollers were definitely taken into consideration: the bathrooms are spacious, as well as downright lovely: contemporary, with a cool mix of stone and wood. And there’s the mall’s first family restroom with space for nursing and diaper changing. Plus, sinks outside the actual bathrooms make it easy to wash up before eating.
Third level, central corridor, between Nordstrom and Sears.
Among the inviting features near the fitting rooms: man chairs, a basket of snack bars, children’s books, and the piece de resistance: a nice, clean bathroom.
Barnes & Noble
Make a beeline for the back of the store. The restroom is to the left of the Starbucks counter. It’s calm, clean and rarely has a line.
Noodles & Company
There are so many fast casual food outposts at the mall that lack bathrooms, so it’s a relief to find one here, especially surrounded by the chaos of the food court area.
Far from the mall and department store bathrooms, this in-store restroom (near the front, left side of the store when you enter) is such a find. There’s a changing table, and rarely a wait.
Tucked back in a corner of the main, first-level store (there’s another VS on 2) behind all the dimly lit pinkness, and far away from those less-plesaant mall restrooms, is an individual bathroom that few know about.