Inspired by David Lynch's Los Angeles noir classic Mulholland Drive, the former home of L'Aurore in the Montmartre has been turned into a cinematic social romp that offers a mix of cabaret stage, cinema, art library, and bourgeoisie dance floor all of which has been designed in detail by Lynch himself. The club is members-only during the early evening and open to all after midnight, interiors are a moody mix of retro mid-century shapes with walls gilded by hand and furnishings that were also conceived as part of the overall concept by Lynch. Member perks include artists in residence program with rotating exhibits and site-specific performances in addition to a private theater with indie movie gatherings and events.
Membership rates are staggered across a variety of options including special incentives for foreign residents that don’t come with a Hollywood price tag.
Hollywood director David Lynch does Montmartre social club with screening room and dance floor that’s an underworld hit.