It's the title you never knew you wanted: the winner of the 2019 Canada's Best Restroom Contest is soon to be announced.\nBut we do have the five finalists who have been chosen and a restaurant out of Quebec City, Cosmos Cafe, has been shortlisted to go up against two Vancouver restaurants, one Toronto bistro and a Shell station out of Lac la Biche, Alberta. Yeah...a Shell gas station.\nClearly, these people know where to find a nice bathroom, no matter where it is.\nIt may be a strange contest, but who among us hasn't judged a business on their public bathrooms?\nThe contest is being held by Cintas Canada; the final winner will win $2500 worth of services from the restroom supplier as well as a place in the "Hall of Fame of Canada's Best Washrooms". So....that's something?\nCosmos Cafe, Quebec City, Quebec\nView this post on Instagram Un design soigné jusque dans la salle de bain. .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #quebec #restaurant #cosmosqc #architecture #art #restaurantdesign #design #designrestaurants #designer #interiors #decor #details #salledebain #washrooms #decoration #rose #pink #lebourgneuf #levis #saintefoy #grandeallee #photo #amazing #bestoftheday #quebeccity #igersquebec #lovequebec #quebecoriginal A post shared by Cosmos (@cosmos_qc) on Nov 2, 2018 at 8:48am PDT\nChosen for it's 'artistic and eccentric' washrooms, these public loos include fish tanks (seen in the cover photo above) that run through the walls with a one-way mirror with a view of the dining room (which sound incredibly nerve-wracking... but also very Romeo+Juliet).\nThey're also equipped with no-contact accessories so you don't have to touch anything!\nWebsite\nREAD MORE: This Map Shows You The Exact Location Of All Of The Bed Bug Infestations In Montreal\nBauhaus, Vancouver; British Columbia\nBauhaus\nThink Berlin Germany street art from the 90s. The walls are graffitied, and every piece in the bathrooms has a function, as in the Bauhaus tradition.\nWebsite\nBeaverhill Shell; Lac la Biche, Alberta\nPosted by Beaver Hill Shell on Tuesday, July 2, 2019\nThis is not how I think of gas station bathrooms. There are herringbone wood floors, giant mirrors, luxurious wall sconces and even chandeliers.\nWebsite\nCluny Bistro; Toronto, Ontario\nCluny Bistro\nSolid oak, intricately tiled floors, brass detailing; Cluny Bistro's bathrooms are understated elegance.\nWebsite\nLaurence and Chico Cafe; Vancouver, British Columbia\nView this post on Instagram A Laurence & Chico design means that every aspect of the café is extraordinary. ⚡️ A post shared by Laurence & Chico Café (@laurenceandchicocafe) on Jan 4, 2019 at 1:33pm PST\nThis Vancouver cafe may have the most Instagrammable bathroom on the list. Both bathrooms offer a themed experience, if you look up one room's ceiling is covered in rubber duckies, while the other is a mash of paper mâché flowers.\nWebsite\nVoting is open until August 16th. Make sure to vote for our local Quebec hero, Cosmos! Just click here.