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About Bailey Restaurant and Bar
Bailey Restaurant and Bar is located in the Financial District one block north of Wall street at 52 William street. We opened to serve the business and ever growing residentaial community, bringing an accesible reasonably priced Brasserie to the Fidi area. Our menu changes seasonaly to incorporate the only the freshest ingedients. In essance a home away from home that does not break the bank!
Pairing elegance with comfort, this friendly environment is the ideal place to relax.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
New York, NY 10005
American, Gastro Pub
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 7:00am - 10:00am; Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Daily: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact for more details.
Take 2,3,4,5, N & R to Wall street or
A C E to Fulton Street.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Bailey caters to all special events. please call 212-859-2200 or click www.thebaileynyc.com
Bailey Restaurant and Bar Ratings and Reviews
On this Friday evening at 5 we encountered a boisterous Happy Hour, and were seated as far back in the restaurant as possible. The restaurant is adjacent to the Club Quarters Hotel, which made dinner after traveling, very handy. The limited menu offered great food.
Quick stop in for lunch after visiting world trade center . Party of 5 . Quiet Sunday afternoon. Food was good as a lunch spot . Nothing over the top but quality and good portions . Service was efficient but then restaurant was quiet as we were in rather late for lunch
We had a group of students and had made two reservations. When we arrived the hostess quickly put together a table for 10, and the excellent service continued from that point. The young people were from Russia and longed to try typical American food. The burger was a favorite choice and it was an excellent one. Fish and chips were crisp with the fish flaky; the french fries were perfect.
The setting with the bull and the aluminum panels was interesting. Table are not crammed together. Service is attentive and fairly fast given the number of people who were there.
We will definitely return. It is a great example of an "American" restaurant with a menu to match. I've had a lot of meals in the area and this was one of the best and relatively inexpensive.
The restaurant's website describes Smokies as a specialty of the chef and the on-line menu includes Smokies. But the dish was not listed on the menu at the restaurant. The other dish that persuaded us to come here for dinner is Cider Spiked Fish Pie. It too is listed on the on-line menu. But it was not on the menu at the restaurant. I think this is called "Bait and Switch". Don't believe their website.
I host many business lunches here and have always been pleased. Never had a disappointment or bad experience. A bit expensive, but the atmosphere and food and service are always really good. Open and airy - tons of great windows - and a straightforward menu that leans Irish (of course) without sacrificing traditional burger and salad and fish options.
Requested a quiet location for a business meeting, and they did a great job of placing us in an area w/o distractions.
I find the menu to be average, but The Bailey does a nice balancing act of value for business lunches. Other places are either too expensive or too casual.
This is a convenient, mid-priced option in the Financial District for business lunches. It hits all the bases, however it is not 'special' in any category. But it's certainly an affordable alternative to all the overpriced Steak Houses.
A complete pleasure for a late
Saturday lunch. I had the F&C with hands cut fries among the top ten in including fish joints on cape cod.My wife loved the eggs benidict with really fresh greens.
comfy but hip ambience great for a weekend when theFinancial District seems like quiet "Olde NY Towne"!
Location was very convenient to wall street and the service was super friendly. The food was absolutely delicious. They said they were trying a new French Toast recipe and it was superb! Thick and just the right amount of sugar. Thick cut bacon was also amazing. My wife had eggs Benedict with salmon and was in brunch heaven. Great food was backed up by excellent service.
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