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About E.R. Bradley's Saloon
E.R. Bradley's Saloon is composed of five full-service bars seated on the West Palm Beach waterfront. There are multiple HD flat-screen TVs situated around the bar so that you can view your favorite team with friends or other fans. There is live music every night with Mondays being reserved as reggae night. Bradley's menu is composed of classic American dishes with Caribbean and Floridian favorites added into the collection. Enjoy a local catch sandwich as you sit out on the patio and view the ocean or order a plate of chicken tacos as you watch the game indoors. Choose an appetizer like Buffalo wings, pickle chips, coconut shrimp or crispy calamari. Entrées include a honey Dijon salmon dish, blackened chicken Alfredo or shrimp and grits. Bradley's offers draft beers, margaritas, wines and cocktails. A daily happy hour offers drinks and select entrées at special prices.
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 10:3am, Saturday: 7:30am - 11:00am; Brunch: 7:30am - 2:00pm; Lunch Daily: 10:30am - 4:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 2:00am, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 3:00am
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is available on the streets at meters, and free after 7pm (mon-sat) and also on Sundays. complimentary valet parking is also offered.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Indoor Smoking Area, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
E.R. Bradley's Saloon Ratings and Reviews
THIS WAS OUR FIRST VISIT TO THIS RESTAURANT AND IT WON'T BE OUR LAST. HAVING RESERVATIONS FOR OUR GROUP WAS A PLUS, THE STAFF HAD OUR TABLE WAITING FOR US. THE WAITRESS TOOK OUR DRINK ORDER RIGHT AWAY, THE CUCUMBER MOJITO WAS GREAT.
THERE WAS MUSIC OUTSIDE, BUT IT WAS NOT LOUD. THE SHRIMP WITH GRITS WAS A TREAT!
WE CAN'T WAIT TO GO BACK AND SAMPLE SOME MORE OF THE MENU.
I love Bradleys, I have been coming to Bradleys to drink eat, etc. for as long as I can remember. When visiting from NYC I would always hit it up late night and maybe for a sunday brunch, but now I live in Delray and work in WPB and tend to meet friends there for lunch or early dinners.
ITs fun, fresh and yummy!
We were seated near a ping pong table and had to deal with errant ping pong balls throughout our dinner. They seemed disorganized with their wait staff. The manager took our order and messed it up because she did not write anything down for our party of 7. The food arrived at different times for our table. Overall, not pleased with this restaurant.
My Wife and I, and our 4 children (2 teens and 2 kids) stopped in for dinner and had good experience at E.R. Bradley's. The view and ambiance was great, the food was good, the service a bit slow but our server apologized for being overwhelmed with customers. It didn't seem that busy to us, but too bad fort her as she lost out of a bigger tip and the restaurant from a bigger tab, as I was seeking to order more premium drinks. But other than that service delay it was a good experience, its a great place and we will come back.
First time visit and was very surprised that we haven't heard more about this place. The menu has everything one could want. Ribs were delicious as was the shrimp and grits. Atmosphere was perfect. Plenty of tables to choose from inside or out. Definitely will be back
Moved away from the area for several years, and wanted a place for a family reunion. The family came all the way from Miami, and were introduced to one of our old favorite spots in West Palm Beach. The food was great as always, the atmosphere vibrant, being by the water great, and everyone loved it. Couldn't have picked a better place for our family reunion.
We asked for nice table for six overlooking the waterfront, noting that we were hillbillies coming to west palm for a wedding if they could get us a special table. When we arrived the hostess was waiting for us in response to the comment. Nice to know they payed attention to these details.
Poor service, mediocre American comfort food, servers had a bad attitude and the place was empty! Only thing going for it is nice view of the water which we had to move to the outside bar area to see and live band. Would def not recommend.... When I returned later to get my car from valet I saw that the place had a good bar scene. Apparently after 10pm it's ladies night with drink specials. Smart people avoid the food and drink cheap.
Our table for 8 was ready immediately and we arrived to find the restaurant at moderate capacity. This was my first time dining at Bradley's rather than going to sit at the bar for drinks. I was curious about how the dinner service would go, but I was pleasantly surprised! The music was upbeat and slightly loud, but we were there to have a good time so it didn't bother us. Our server was prompt and patient as there were a few checks to separate. The food came out with great timing and everyone in our party enjoyed what they ordered. The steak on my gorgonzola salad was cooked to perfection. The manager touched the table towards the end of the meal and was professional & personable. I will definitely dine at Bradley's again.
The food is ok. Better than fast food, but surely not worth the price. The only reason I go there is because my mother likes it for a sandwich they used to make. And when she asked them if they would make it, they did, but it cost $14!! For a vegetable panini sandwich...seriously? The french onion soup was nothing great, and their fish dip was kind of watery.
To sum it all up, you're paying for location location location.
Whole family (13 of us) ended up at Bradley's as a last minute choice. They were able to accommodate our large group last minute. Food is okay, somewhat limited menu but every should be able to find something to their liking. Great location! Just a walk across the street to the intercostal.
Had several friends coming in town for a reunion----that is why I thought of Bradleys----wonderful view, good food, and wonderful atmosphere
Each of my friends commented that I had picked the perfect spot to start our weekend of craziness---we graduated high school in Lauderdale in 1958
Mostly burger and fries type menu that is priced like a French restaurant. Drinks are expensive (dom beer draft starts at 6$ drinks start at 12$). But, it's downtown, next to water, open air...lots of tvs, and activity going on. We sat for 15 mins or more before even being noticed by the waitress. After that, service was good. If you are careful, you can get in and out of this place for a reasonable amount given the fair and enjoy the open atmosphere.
Met friends at Bradley's this week. The food is always consistently good, reliable favorites. Wide menu of choices , great soups , nice salads and interesting salads. Of course many entrees to chose from. Specials most days rounds out the menu. Service is always good as well !
The Sunday Brunch at ER Bradley's is OK. The selection is somewhat limited. The Omelet station is very good, and the Waffle station is also a good choice. The Croissant's and breads on the day I visited were hard as rocks. Fresh Salmon and cream cheese are good, but need a better variety of crackers or breads to serve them on. Will probably not be going back for Brunch but may try lunch or dinner off the menu next time. The ambiance is very good.
I love the food at Bradley's, but the girls they have as servers don't have any experience. My server kept having to go ask her manager questions we would ask about the food on the menu and took a very long time to get water and napkins. She wasn't with the program. But the lobster was delicious. :)
E. R. Bradley's is perfect for lively family or adult dining. The "free" valet parking, and proximity to Sloan's (save room for their ice-cream) are a bonus. The food quality and presentation are consistent, and the inexperienced but energetic staff tries to deliver. Be sure to dine outside, as the inside dining/bar area is lacking in decor and energy. Stick with the menu basics. The burgers were fine, but the chicken piccata and steak / gorgonzola salads were disappointing; the former mushy, and the latter uninspired and overcooked. Management makes the rounds, and is sincere in trying to correct miscues for all diners. Bradley's is better than what it delivered on this occasion, and for the money, patrons deserve more.
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