A Parisian restaurant for the undressed is certainly in for a nude awakening. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
The first nudist restaurant in Paris is set to close its doors after struggling to put butts in seats.
O’Naturel, which opened just over a year ago in the French capital, will close on Feb. 16, the restaurant announced in a Facebook post.
“We thank you for participating in this adventure by coming to dinner at O’Naturel,” the restaurant’s post read. “We will only remember the good times, meetings with beautiful people and customers delighted to share exceptional moments.”
Twins Mike and Stephane Saada stated O’Naturel was closing for financial reasons, according to CNN and CBS News.
At the trendy spot, diners leave their clothes and phones in lockers before enjoying classic French cuisine in the buff.
On Facebook, the owners of O’Naturel encouraged guest to continue coming to the restaurant up until closing.
“Do not hesitate to book now to enjoy a last naked dinner in Paris,” the post continued. “It’s now or never!”
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