Cain's Not Moving, Just Expanding to the Bahamas

Earlier this week a broker revealed to us that GoldBar, the new project from Cain's Robert McKinley and Jamie Mulholland, would resemble Pangea, prompting a PR rep to vehemently disagree. "Whoever said anything about bottle service?" the rep writes. "Couldn't be farther from what this project is about." (No word, of course, on what it is about.) Meanwhile, Mulholland himself refuted industry rumors that Cain is considering a move from West 27th Street, saying business is stronger than ever and he looks at three or four spaces a week only because "it's good to have your ears to the ground." One move we can tell you to expect: If all goes as planned, a Cain Beach Club will be opening in the new Cove luxury hotel complex on Paradise Island in the Bahamas. Now we know where Bobby Flay, who's opening a Mesa Grill on the island, will be throwing down. Daniel Maurer

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