Nudist restaurant opens in Paris
In France, you can swim naked on the beach and enjoy all that nature gave you on nudist campsites. Now, you can dine in your birthday suit in a new restaurant where clothing is not required.
The aptly named O’naturel Restaurant opened to the public last Friday after a private dinner reserved exclusively for the Paris Naturist Association on Thursday. It was founded by twin brothers Mike and Stéphane Saada.
Located on Aue de Gravelle in the 12th arrondissement, the restaurant seats 40 after they are asked to leave all their clothes in a wardrobe before entering. Employees, however, are fully clothed.
From all reports, there isn't any privacy at this restaurant. Individual tables aren’t curtained off and the layout is that of a normal restaurant, with tables for two placed closely next to one another.
That way you can enjoy your foie gras while taking in the sights around you.