London’s Naked Restaurant Will Return as a Brick-and-Mortar
No shirt, no shoes, no problem
People can’t get enough of dining in the nude, it seems. The Bunyadi, a regular pop-up that does not require patrons to don a dinner jacket — or a shirt or pants, for that matter — left London for Paris at the end of July. Immodest Londoners who may be devastated by the departure now have reason for celebration: Owner Seb Lyall plans to open a permanent brick-and-mortar in the city.
“We’re talking about people who have lived through the basic pyramid of life who don’t see naked bodies as sexual,” Lyall told Big