A naked restaurant just opened in France and the photos are amazing

Is nude-to-table the new farm-to-table? Paris opens its first naked restaurant

PARIS — A nude restaurant has opened its doors in Paris, giving new meaning to the term Strip Loin.

According to The Mirror, O’naturel is open for dinner only and reservations are required. To prevent unwanted advances, diners are warned ahead of time that the restaurant is not meant to be a meat market – owners Mike and Stephane Saada want it to be known as a restaurant and a restaurant only.

Upon arrival, guests are asked to shed their clothes and are provided with slippers. Ladies, who make up 40% of the clientele, have the option to keep their high heels on.

Posted by O’naturel on Thursday, December 7, 2017

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And if you’re worried about curious passersby, a large curtain is draped over windows to ensure complete privacy.

Shockingly, O’naturel is not the first naked restaurant in the world. Bunyadi opened its doors in central London in 2016, and earlier this year, another in-the-buff eatery made its debut in Tenerife.

Are three restaurants enough to label nude dining as a new trend? Just in case one comes to our hometown, we’ll be doing our sit-ups and lunges in the meantime.

Bon appétit!

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