Saturday, February 19, 2005

Dining au Naturel

What would you do if you were hosting guests for a nude dinner? First request from the diners: No hot soup.

An upscale Manhattan restaurant hosts a monthly dinner for about 30 members of a clothing optional group. The restaurant closes (and paper put on the windows for privacy) and as guests check hats and coats, they check their clothes as well.

Due to safety regulations, staff must remain clothed and guests must bring a towel or scarf to sit on. The restaurant turns up the heat to keep the room warm, although guests swear there's no erotic "heat" -- just people exercising their "freedom" in a post eatery instead of a wilderness location. Next month will be the Easter bonnet dinner, so one assumes clothing will be optional but hats will be required.

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