We’re Unveiling Paris’ First Nudist Restaurant

Dinner is served, get your birthday suit ready!

When it comes to nudity, Europeans have always been more openly accepting. According to RTParis just opened France’s very first nudist restaurant right in the quiet 12th arrondissement.

O’naturel (why would it be named anything else?) is founded by twin brothers Mike and Stéphane Saada, who protect guests’ privacy by dressing the restaurant windows and entryway with blackout curtains.

 

Opened on November 2, O’naturel’s 40-seat experience includes a cloakroom where guests can go buff prior to indulging in a meal that features an a la carte menu starting at 32 euros for the cheapest plate. Feeling timid? Don’t worry, there are napkins available for coverups.

It’s no surprise the “naked restaurant” is situated in the 12th arrondissement since not to far away is Bois de Vincennes Park, where a nudist area was recently opened.

A similar concept was already proven a hit in other parts of the world, especially at London’s naked pop-up restaurant Bunyadi, which captivated much attention in 2016. Spain’s Tenerife Island also has Innato, a restaurant offering an “aphrodisiac menu” with food served on waiters’ naked bodies.

And dinner is served, get your birthday suit ready!

Photos: Facebook/O’naturel

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