Mildred's Temple Kitchen in Toronto is inviting customers to have sex in its bathrooms. The Valentine's Day promotion adds an exotic dish to their menu.
Mildred's Temple Kitchen on Hanna Avenue in Toronto might be a popular spot this Valentine's Day weekend.
The popular restaurant is inviting customers to have sex in its bathrooms.
The Valentine's weekend promotion takes uncomfortable but electrifying sex from the close confines of an airplane and transfers it to the unisex stalls.
According to their web site under the banner of "can't get enough love", Mildred is offering three tempting sweets for those tender moments at the table.
Along with "message in a bottle' and a "Love Hamper", Mildreds will provide adventurous couples an opportunity to work off the calories in the restaurant bathrooms.
The Liberty Village restaurant proposes its modern bathrooms become one of the "101 places to have sex before you die."
We've always had little trysts in our bathroomssays chef/co-owner Donna Dooher, pointing to lingering weekday lunches as a popular time. We're taking it to the next level on Valentine's weekend.
The restaurant's four bathrooms light up outside when occupied. Staff have learned to watch the light flicker twice when two customers enter the same bathroom, usually a few minutes apart.
Toronto Public Health says as long as there's no sex in the kitchen and the restaurant keeps its washrooms clean and sanitized, it's not fussed.
As far as bodily fluids, it's pretty much similar to the other human functions going on in there says Jim Chan, manager of the food safety program.
Dooher says customers must bring their own condoms but she's hiring a maid to tidy the washrooms that weekend. She'll be there with her feather duster and cleaning supplies.
At least diners aren't encouraged to use furry handcuffs, part of a $55 "naughty love hamper," while at Mildred's. Best to savour and enjoy (those) long after you leave the restaurant, the restaurant says.
It is expected that staff from Digital Journal in Toronto will provide reporting from the scene.