Finding the perfect location to open a new restaurant can be tough. It’s probably even trickier when you have to convince the landlord to let you fill the space with naked people every night. Maybe that’s why the guy behind London’s nude restaurant is giving himself a few months to sort everything out.
After a successful initial run that featured a waitlist of tens of thousands of people and ample press (thanks “liberal” media), nude dining pop-up The Bunyadi is reportedly looking for a permanent home in London according to founder Seb Lyall. The news is a bit unexpected being that back in July the restaurant shut down a month ahead of schedule to head to supposedly greener pastures in Paris, but Lyall believes the market for eating in the buff is still strong in his hometown.
“The quality of [The Bunyadi’s] community was amazing, so now it’s my job to keep it there and bring it back,” Lyall said according to Big Hospitality. Later, the man behind a number of eccentric spots stated, “The focus for the next three to six months is to launch [the Breaking Bad-themed bar] ABQ as a permanent site in London, and also [launch] Bunyadi in London as well.”