Nudist restaurant opening in London already has 5,000+ person waitlist
Love eating in restaurants but prefer to dine sans clothing?
A pop-up restaurant opening in London this summer may be exactly your kind of thing.
The dress code is clothing optional.
See inside the restaurant:
Developers are calling venture The Bunyadi and describe the eatery as a, "Pangea-like world, free from phones, electric lights and even clothing."
Those opting to dine in the buff won't have to worry about their free and open vibe being crushed by the 'clothed.'
Each preference group will have designated and discreet spaces separated by bamboo screens.
Though the space is not anticipated to open until June, management says the waiting list has already risen above the 5,000-person mark.
If you are among those who secure a table, know that nudity upon arrival is not required. The restaurant will have changing areas and lockers available.