A mysterious and secret nightclub is hiding behind 142 Rue Montmartre: Le Silencio.
The club is named after the bar in the movie "Mulholland Drive" made by David Lynch, the famous American movie director. The space is itself historically known as the place where Molière has supposedly been buried, and where the writer Emile Zola printed J'Accuse (the 1898 letter to the president of France during the Dreyfus Affair).
Silencio has been entirely designed by Lynch and each room has a unique atmosphere. It includes a restaurant, a concert hall, an intimate art library, and a private screening room.
The experience begins when you step down the stairs into the basement. Little by little, you submerge into the pleasant and mysterious world of Lynch, entering the bar where walls are covered in gold leaf and small squares. The whole club is illuminated with a subdued light that creates an intimate atmosphere. The elegant furniture has also been designed by David Lynch and the smoking room is full of artistic vertical rods.
All these features make the club unique with an intimate and friendly atmosphere that is successfully mixing art and party. As an added bonus, the bar also serves absolutely divine cocktails.
The club is exclusively reserved for members and their guests, who can enjoy unlimited access to concerts, films and other performances. After midnight, Le Silencio welcomes non-members. Note that as many hip places in Paris, "the door" is very selective.
More info on http://www.silencio-club.com
Silencio 142 Rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris