This picture was submitted by an independent contributor. He writes: "The Silver Grille restaurant [was] located on the ninth floor of the now-closed Higbee Company department store in the Terminal Tower complex in downtown Cleveland. Originally opened in 1931, the Silver Grille was a beautiful art deco space, with high ceilings and large windows overlooking the city, elegant and extraordinary. It was THE destination restaurant in Cleveland for many years. It closed in 1989 but was recently re-opened under the direction of the Ritz-Carleton chain. This is a photo of the urinals in the men's room to the right of the main door."