From Our Editors
Bailey's modern, chic exterior gives way to a casual and cozy dining room perfect for perusing the dinner menu. Start your meal with flatbreads featuring smoked chicken and four cheese ($10) or southern pulled pork ($11), or opt for the shrimp and grits ($12). Entrees include a wide selection of seafood, steaks, and chops. Sesame-seared ahi with sweet soy sauce and spicy sriracha ($27) brings Asian influence, or swim back to this side of the Brazos River with brewhouse barbecue shrimp ($20). Steaks and chops include an aged 20-oz. bone-in ribeye with Bailey's own Worcestershire sauce and potatoes au gratin ($33), aged 8-oz. filet mignon with a zinfandel reduction and garlic-herb mashed potatoes ($35), and Colorado lamb chops with a truffle sauce, garlic-herb mashed potatoes, and sautéed spinach ($30). Because the restaurant only buys locally raised meat, seafood, and produce, Bailey's will calm the environmentalist nerves of your conscience's conscience.