Upon glancing at , the restaurant seems like many others you'd find in Paris. There's foie gras, scallops, even roasted snails. 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 on Facebook, saying they would be closing in February. "Thank you for participating in this adventure by coming to dinner at O'Naturel." The restaurant also mentioned that they're counting on customers supporting them until they close, and the post ends with: "So, don't hesitate to book now to enjoy a last naked dinner in Paris. Now is the time."
According to , since its opening in 2017, O'Naturel would provide diners with a list of rules for the restaurant. Voyeurism and exhibitionism likely to shock is not tolerated, and teens (with an adult) were the only ones allowed to keep clothes on in the dining room. Upon arrival, customers leave clothing, phones, and cameras in the coatroom.
Waiters and kitchen staff keep their clothes on for hygienic reasons, according to . O'Naturel is closing on Saturday, February 16, so if you happen to be in Paris from now until then, don't miss your chance to eat some lobster naked!
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