Dinner in the buff, anyone?
Published on: 26 Jan 2018
Diners often dress up to go out to dinner but one popular restaurant on Cheltenham Road is abandoning all wares and will be the first in Bristol to host a naked dining evening.
Flour & Ash, well regarded for its award-winning sourdough pizza, is the host venue for Dine Naked Bristol on Tuesday February 20.
Will Bryson is the man behind the event, and has also led Bristol’s naked bike ride in recent years. Will believes that being naked in a safe, friendly environment can be a very positive, life-affirming experience.
“And dining naked is the perfect way to try it - with the benefit of getting to eat good food in friendly places,” he said.
Steve Gale, owner of Flour & Ash said: “Will approached us to be the host venue. The event’s not trying to be weird or sexual. It’s just trying to promote a healthy body image at a time when men and women are bombarded with images of perfect specimens. We’re just out to give them a good dining experience.”
Steve confirmed that a curtain will be put up at the windows and the door locked after entry to give the naked diners complete privacy.
Diners will need to buy tickets in advance for the first Dine Naked Bristol event, which will cost £25. This will provide entry to the event, prosecco reception, nibbles, pizza and sides and ice-cream.
Tickets and more information are available from: www.ticketsource.co.uk/dinenaked