Whenever I go to a nice restaurant and have to use the restroom I am usually impressed at how nice, clean and well decorated it is. They put a lot of thought into making sure it is stocked, well appointed and fits in with the decor of the dining area. Oddly, folks rarely spend more than an hour or two at a restaurant.
As a freelancer with two young children, I do a lot of work at coffee houses, often spending the better part of a day nursing a cup or two of coffee. They are great environments. Coffee shops tend to have great artwork, creative design, good music, lots of outlets, quick wi-fi and overall just seem tailored towards coworking with others.
But one thing always has bothered me. Their restrooms always look like they belong in a fast food joint or truck stop. One of my favorite shops holds large portions of the toilet together with packing tape. In general coffee shop restrooms are often understocked and show signs of water damage (a generalization only backed up by the fact that I visit several a week in a variety of areas ranging from rich to poor). The reason I bring this up, is that while they tend to really try to attract folks to come in and hang out and drink their wonderful beverage with strong laxative and diuretic properties and yet do not consider how that experience impacts the overall environment.