Hamptons legend Mulholland burst onto the hospitality scene in 2007 when he opened three major venues, The Surf Lodge in Montauk, Goldbar in Little Italy and Caine at the Cove In Paradise Island. He then sold all three venues and disappeared from the industry. Now, more than 10 years later, he’s back with the Rasta-influenced Soho hot spot Ketchy Shuby, located at 406 Broome Street.
Project collaborators include Rohan Marley, photographer Lee Jaffe and African Surf Brand Mami Wata. Imagine a tropical, relaxed vibe with sexy undertones. Mulholland’s South African roots shine through in the bright, flavorful cuisine and the beachy decor. The menu features upscale New American fare brought to life by chef Sean Olnowich. Be sure to dress your best and come prepared for a night of great food, excellent music and unbeatable energy.