Naked lunch: why diners couldn't stomach the Paris nudist restaurant
The First All-Nude Restaurant In Paris Is Closing Due To Lack Of Customers
Upon glancing at O'Naturel's menu , the restaurant seems like many others you'd find in Paris. What sets it apart is the attire of the diners or lack thereof —it's Paris's first all-nude restaurant. A little over a year after opening its doors, though, O'Naturel is closing. Evidently there aren't enough people who are on board with eating dinner naked , in a restaurant filled with strangers who are also naked. The restaurant posted an announcement on Facebook, saying they would be closing in February. Now is the time. According to The Local , since its opening in , O'Naturel would provide diners with a list of rules for the restaurant.
In Not-So-Shocking News: The First All-Nude Restaurant In Paris Is Closing
Once upon a time, etiquette was important: One needed to know which fork to use, which glass to sip from. Those days, my friends, are over. Now, questions of etiquette mainly revolve around how many Instagrams each guest is allowed to take during dinner.
Not a fan of dress codes? Yes, you read that right: the dress code is flesh , and taking off your clothes in this public space is highly encouraged. It sounds a little crazy, right? Most people do it at home anyway, right? Being naked is comfortable for sitting around with your friends to eat good food, having nice conversation and connecting, and it can be best accomplished without the boundaries of fibers and fabrics.