France already boasts hundreds of beaches, campsites, and spa centers meant to be enjoyed in the nude, and now, the famously clothing-optional country is breaking new ground in naturism. According to local newspaper Le Parisien, the first nude restaurant in Paris opened to the public on Friday—and local naturists are already big fans of the new spot.
Per a translation from English-language outlet The Local, the new eatery is aptly named O’Naturel and is located in the City of Light’s largely residential 12th arrondissement, on Rue de Gravelle. O’Naturel seats 40 diners and offers meals for around $35. Before entering the main dining room, guests are asked to remove all their clothes and leave them in the restaurant’s wardrobes.