Nudist Bars, Restaurants & Parks
London's New Rooftop Nudist Bar
UNWINDING AFTER WORK TAKES ON A NEW MEANING
The Brits, ever optimistic, feel the time is ripe for a nudist bar atop the London skyline. Well, for a few days a year, maybe. Nevertheless, this endeavor has been met with degree of enthusiasm that could spawn a new slice for the hospitality industry.
If the immediate view isn't interesting enough, patrons have a view of Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. If getting antsy, they can also use the on premises trampoline, though if you've seen a naked person on a trampoline you may want to reconsider that option and give it a pass.
After drinks there are dining options elsewhere with very liberal dress codes. The Bunyadi restaurant is happy to have you shed your clothes at the door to enjoy both vegan and non-vegan entrees that we hope does not include beans or other gassy, slow-cooked legumes. How's it doing? There are over 45,000 hopeful diners on the current waiting list. (See Also: Nudist New York)
Nudist Park Opening In Paris
WE DIDN'T REALLY NEED ANOTHER REASON TO VISIT PARIS, BUT WE'RE NOT COMPLAINING
It's not like the French are lacking for nudist venues (with over 120 nudist beaches and an amazing 2000 naturist campsites spread around France), so a new nudist park planned for Paris shouldn't raise too many eyebrows. Strangely, an outdated Paris law bans nudity with a hefty fine for offenders.
Though a specific location hasn't yet been determined, Lac Daumesnil in the southeast of the city seems the most likely choice. Once opened for naturism, the city's only other nudist-friendly venue, the Roger Le Gall swimming pool in the 12th arrondissement, will find some relief. It's only open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and is always packed those nights. European Nudism