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You Can Now Dine Naked in London

What draws patrons to a pop-up like moths to a flame? Apparently, the option to dine in the buff.

A Brooklyn-based writer and editor, Chelsea's work has appeared in Matador Network, The Huffington Post, the TripAdvisor blog, and more. When not planning her next trip, you'll usually find her drinking way too much iced coffee (always iced—she’s from New England) or bingeing a Netflix original series.

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If you’ve been searching for a place to let it all hang out (literally), then The Bunyadi was made with you in mind.

London’s premiere pop-up naked restaurant – which opens its doors in June – came hot out the gates last week and racked up a waiting list of 26,600+ interested customers in just a few days.

So how does it work? You enter fully clothed and swap your garb for a restaurant-approved robe. From there, you can hang tight in the "clothed" room or embrace the au naturel ethos and get b-tt naked in the "pure" room. Either way, you’ll rub elbows with diners like never before.

As for the food (do we really care?) – everything is handmade, flame-grilled and natural (with vegan and non-vegan tasting menus). And forget smartphones, electric lighting and slick furniture. Bunyadi is all about a no-frills, laid-back vibe, with bamboo partitions and candlelight.

The pop-up taps out at 42 diners and is only open for three-months – so we DARE you to get your name on the list. Because you only live once, people.

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