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Come November, Brooklyn's The Way Station might officially be home to America's Best Bathroom.

Talk about a royal flush.

Brooklyn’s own the Way Station has been named a finalist in the America’s Best Restroom contest, hosted by Cintas Corporation.

The “Doctor Who”-themed TARDIS bathroom at the Prospect Heights saloon features a colorful mural on all four walls as well as translucent windows to notify patrons when it’s occupied. In addition, its ceiling resembles a starry night sky, making it appear larger while also paying its respects to the cult classic television show.

“From the book lover to the baseball lover, our impressive 10 finalists have something for everyone,” said John Engel, senior marketing manager at Cintas. “We invite the public to show their support for their favorite restroom. The winning restroom will receive national attention as a business for its clean and welcoming restroom that excels in both function and design.”

“Doctor Who” is a classic science-fiction series that centers on time-travel.

The Way Station is one of 10 finalists, chosen based on cleanliness, visual appeal, innovation, functionality and unique design elements.

The winner will receive $2,500 in facility services, courtesy of Cintas.

Voting is open through November 1 at www.bestrestroom.com/us.

The Way Station is located at 683 Washington Avenue.

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