No Clothes, No Problème

London's naked restaurant is headed to Paris this fall

London's hit naked restaurant, The Bunyadi, is packing up and heading to Paris. The restaurant, where diners are invited (though not required) to remove their clothes and dine in the nude, opened this summer to a waiting list of thousands. Now, the team plans to  pack up their gear and head to Paris for a two-month pop-up in September and October.

For founder Seb Lyall, the restaurant is much more about experiencing a "Pangea-like" environment than it is about getting nekkid, explaining to Country & Town House:

"We believe people should get the chance to enjoy and experience a night out without any impurities: no chemicals, no artificial colors, no electricity, no gas, no phone and even no clothes if they wish to."

No word yet on the location, but Lyall doesn't foresee any issue getting the appropriate permits to open in France.

And Londoners who didn't get to experience the restaurant this summer shouldn't fear missing out. Lyall says he hopes to build on the community's momentum and open a private members' club, where, presumably, people can relax and snack in the nude.