Yes, that's what it's called! The Titty Twister nightclub in Paris is a fun and quirky venue for people who are looking for a fun, relaxed night out in Paris, some good drinks and good company.
The decor is very red light district. Think glowing red lighting, neon signs, gold and leather everywhere, etc. It is all gleaming, with a hint of luxury and a hint of naughtiness. The signs are almost self aware, proclaiming "What the fuck have you done?", "It wasn't me," and "Don't make sense, make dollars," among other things. The exposed brickwork adds to the feel of it being a sort of secret, kinky, sexy place, but once you are settled in you will get the feeling that you truly belong.
There is a quirky aspect to this Paris nightclub's decor too, featuring deer skulls and antlers, handcuffs, saddles, and old chandeliers, which would look more at home in a Victorian study than a sexy Paris club. The leather couches are definitely the best place to sit if you're in a group. They are large and comfortable, with a great view of the more open spaces where people are dancing.
The bar has some seating, which is great when you're sat at the bar but not so great when you're ordering drinks. The drinks themselves are high quality, with some great brand name bottles and some well mixed speciality cocktails that will keep you wandering back to the bar for more. Bottle service can really help you keep a steady stream of drinks coming to your table.
The music focuses on American beats and techno, and there is little deviation from this sort of music. If this is the sort of music you love then you're in luck, as the night is basically made for you here. If you want something mixed up a little more, or some more French music, then you might want to go somewhere else instead.
Be warned that this club is completely open to smokers. Great if you are a smoker, not so good if you're not. No area of the venue is definitely safely smoke-free. Not recommended at all for people with breathing problems or ex-smokers for that reason.
Getting into Le Titty Twister in Paris is not impossible, but most nights it will be very difficult. The venue is very popular locally and among visiting tourists, and some nights they will be almost completely booked before they even open their doors. The coat check service can get very busy as well, so you will want to keep your belongings on you for a faster entry and exit.
Sometimes women can get free entry, and you are more likely to get in on the night if you are a woman or with a group including women. The best approach is to come lightly dressed, no sportswear, and to be on the guest list. That way you will find it a breeze getting in and finishing your night.