Taking over the site of the short-lived Nuala (RIP) is Richard Corrigan, with a revival of the name of his first London venture, Mulligan's; it will be a “social co-op of like-minded people” based on produce from the chef's Irish farm.
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The foodie ‘Murphia’ is out in force with this late-2019 newcomer, backed by famous chef Richard Corrigan (who first made his name over 20 years ago at a different Mulligan’s, then ‘of Mayfair’), fellow Irishman John Nugent, and King’s Place owner Peter Millican (see Rotunda at King’s Place). On the site south of Old Street vacated by Nuala (RIP), we are promised a bar serving proper Irish food, plus regular live music and spoken word gigs. Sláinte.