PARIS RESTAURANT OFFERS NAKED FORMAL DINING
Do you like being naked? Do you like to travel? If so, the classic romantic trip to Paris just got a little more titillating. But by titillating, we mean just plain old naked at dinner. A new Paris restaurant called ONaturel has opened its doors to those who like to be naked in all scenarios, even eating dinner in public. So if you’re into naked dinner parties, this is the place for you!
CHECK YOUR COAT, AND ALL YOUR CLOTHES TOO
ONatural seats 40 diners at meals. Every person arrives and goes into the “everything-check room,” where you leave everything. Diners check their coats and everything down to their socks. The dining room is naked only. The restaurant is easily accessible and near hot Paris tourist spots. But it’s on a residential street to keep privacy a lot easier for patrons. Many restaurants have a heavy blanket inside the entrance to keep winter drafts to a minimum. But ONaturel has one year-round. It blocks a breeze but also keeps passersby eyes on the outside only.
NO EXHIBITIONISM AT NAKED DINNER PARTIES?
But even local naturists and nudists are making an adjustment to the new naked digs. Yves Leclerc, president of the French Naturist Federation, said that dining in a real bistro naked was “a little surreal.” Nudists are used to outings, especially destination gatherings of nudists on holiday. But “it’s even better” having a place like ONaturel, according to Leclerc. But there are, of course, rules. No one is allowed to bring phones or cameras in the naked dining area. Exhibitionism is also frowned upon (which seems confusing) and no disrespectful sexual behavior. Sorry, Donald! Only large…. Hands.
ONATUREL STAFF KEEP CLOTHES ON FOR CLEAN NAKED FOOD
Cooks and waiters always wear clothes on the job. So if you want to go to the city of love and enjoy some fine dining in the nude with good company, this is the place to go. The menu includes delectables like foie gras, lobster, snails, lamb and scallops. If you want to go all the way, you won’t lose your shirt for a three-course naked dinner. That’s only about $58. And don’t forget the view!